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THE 

AMBASSADOR 

1964 


UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO, 
CANADA 


Published by The 
STUDENTS ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 


Editor 

ROBERT V. WEIMER, JR. 



































Ambassador 1964 





CONTENTS 


FOREWORD .. 

ACTIVITIES 

ATHLETICS _ 

ORGANIZATIONS 

FACULTY .. 

UNDERGRADUATES 
ADVERTISING 
INDEX . 


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54 

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11 


p/is ^ast 


egaoxf 
and tradition 


**The past is but the beginning 
of a beginning, and all that It 
and has been it but the twi¬ 
light of the dawn /* 

(H. G. Wells! 



The new University of Windsor has its roofs firmly 
planted in the traditions which nourished Assumption 
College when its doors were first opened by the Basil ian 
Fathers on February 10, 1857. Affiliation with Western 
University, London, Ontario in 1919, changed Assump¬ 
tion’s old curricula from a preparatory for admittance to 
seminaries into an integral part of the University's Fa¬ 
culty of Arts and Sciences, Co-education came to the 
campus with the arrival of Holy Names College in 
1950, University status was achieved in 1953, Essex 
College three years later with its facilities in Memorial 
Science, the Annex, and the Essex College Engineering 
Building affiliated with the University Coliege physically 
present in Dillon Hall. An Anglican Liberal Arts College, 
Canterbury College next joined the University in 1957. 
The addition of a new library and the University Centre 
marked the coming of age for Assumption University. 

left: Dillon Hall serving as University College. 

Below: Administration Building and South Hall erected in 1857* 

































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The University of Windsor Library Teach me Goodness, Kindness 
and Discipline 






Above: The University Centre and right; the entrance to Esse* College faculty of 
Applied Science, 


Expansion is the key word in this year s plan. Most of the 
adjacent property to the present campus has been purchased 
by the university. This land was acquired to make way for 
the fulfilment of the needs of the growing student body. A 
new parking lot beneath the Ambassador Bridge is still 
another spurt of growth. The whole university structure in 
genera! has been revamped to keep stride with the pace. 
How vital these new programs are in making the University 
of Windsor a dynamic place of learning can be seen in 
the problem of housing some of the faculties. The Music 
House on Sunset and the Fine Arts Department location 
are but two examples. One very important part of the 
university, the University Centre, has proven Its worth as a 
focal point of student life. It is an incentive for additional 
we 11-functioning organs to be innovated, A beginning has 
been made by the construction of the additions to Electa 
Hall, Essex College, and the new Administration building. 
Indeed, this is just the beginning. 



he Present 


Responsibility and Obligation 


Look not mournfully into the post. 
It comes not back again. 

Wisely improve the present. 

It is thine. 

(Long fellow] 





































Artists' conceptions of the proposed 
exponsron to Cody Half, above, ond 
the new administration building, 
right. To be completed lote in 1964. 


THE FUTURE 


Promise 

and Confidence 


"For 1 dipt into the future 
Far as human eye could see. 

Saw the Vision of the world. 

And all the wonder that would be? 14 

(Tennyson] 


Within five years the University population 
will have doubled itself. With this in mind the 
new administration has started plans for its 
program. In the middle of this year the ground 
was broken for the new administration building 
which will house offices of the various depart¬ 
ments along with the faculty and facilities of 
graduate studies. After this has been completed, 
a biology building and humanities building will 
make their appearance. A proposed extension 
of Cody Hall, the Men s Residence, is not 
too far in the future either. To these expan¬ 
sion innovations will be added a place for social 
sciences, nursing education and an auditorium 
which will double as a Fine Arts building. Can¬ 
terbury College and United College too will play 
a large part in the development project, with 
two structures located close to the Detroit 
River. For the athletically inclined, a stadium 
is in the offing. The future is bright and full 
for the University of Windsor, 























































































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New Six Story Addition To Electa Half 


Above: Phase II addition to Essex College 
of Applied Science. Right: Landscape 
such as this greets the Windsor student 
more and more often in these days of 
change and progress. 


A bustle of activity is an adept description 
of the University at this time. With Cody Hall, 
the Men's Residence satisfactorily equipped to 
handle the male students, the attention has 
turned to the completion of the addition to Electa 
Hall, Women's Residence. On the other side of 
the campus the sound of drills, cranes and other 
machines lay the foundations of the Essex Col¬ 
lege addition. Mounds of earth and debris strew 
the once neat concrete walks and green lawns 
of the grounds. With the financial obligations 
of Assumption University escaping the means 
of the Basilian Fathers, it was decided for the 
sake of progress and improvement of facilities, 
that the government should take over the re¬ 
sponsibility of the new University. This it did 
on July 1, 1963 and the University of Windsor 
came Into being. Although this new organiza¬ 
tion seems to be in organized confusion, this is 
progress . . , 


Meanwhile 


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THIS, THIS, THEN, IS WINDSOR 



And so, this the University of Windsor, 
in its various shapes and forms, has ex¬ 
isted on these same one hundred acres 
for one hundred and seven years. 

In many ways the history of the Uni¬ 
versity of Windsor has paralleled the 
history of Canada. 

For many years we have been like a 
potentially great younger brother who 
has needed the guiding hand of maturity. 

We are just now beginning to reach our 
full promise. Cautiously, we open the 
door on a new age in our history of 
mankind. We are full of the hopes and 
fears, curiosity and ambition, pride and 
self consciousness of a boy reaching 
manhood. 

The success of our future will depend on 
how well we accept the challenge of our 
position in the university and in society. 





Top To Bottom: Original Building, South Hall; University Centre; New Women s Residence. 
































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They come from across 
Canada and the United 
States. They come from 
Europe and from Africa 
and from India. By 1970 
there will be five thou¬ 
sand of them. 


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They have come on scho¬ 
larships and bursaries 
or through the affluence 
of their parents or by 
their own determination 
Their common denominator 
is the opportunity they 
have been given. 



They have come for many 
reasons. Some for the ed¬ 
ucation, some for a diplo¬ 
ma, and some because 
they are made to. 



But, if they are lucky, 
when they leave they 
will have more than a 
diploma and more than an 
education. They will 
have a unique experience 

























WINDSORS ACTIVITIES 



The interests of an Individual do not focus 
solely on the academics of education. Each has 
his Interests, his personal outlet, untapped ener¬ 
gy for a particular talent. And so the organiza¬ 
tions and activities of a campus are never in 
want of support and enthusiasm. The activity 
makes rigorous demands on the student, but 
In spite of all the pressures of classroom and 
an unyielding society, the restlessly creative stu* 
dent body emerges willing, efficient and most 
times, staggeringly capable. 



























































The ten minute break between classes provides ample time for students to finish their 
coffee breaks in the cofete'io and hurry to the»r next class. 


THE SCHOOL HYMN 

Alma Mater, Alma Mater 
Windsor University. 

Praises fine all tributes thine, 

Our love and loyalty. 

For thy anthem rings of greatness; 

Faith and hope eternally. 

We proclaim thy motto Mater: 

Knowledge, Goodness, Discipline; 

Words of wisdom to the world 
Voiced in unison, 

For thy men of learning, Windsor, 

Teach the ways of truth to win. 

Always forward, ever onward, 

Honours thine O Gold and Blue. 

Glories past will be remembered 
Dawning ever new. 

Forging strength and guarding freedom, 

Sons and daughters bold and true. 

Alma Mater, Alma Mater, 

Windsor University. 

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The student yearbook is the 
epitome of student 
life on campus. It repre¬ 
sents the aspirations 
and frustrations of our 
University years. After gradu¬ 
ation, it will help us to 
recall the many happy moments 
we have spent here; the 
gaining of new ideas, the 
acquisition of new friends, the 
development of growth, the 
challenges presented with 
satisfaction. One phase of our 
life has been completed. 






























REGISTRATION 


The University of Windsor traces its origin to the inception of 
Assumption College, which opened its doors on February 10, 
1859. In 1938, it became co-educational and in 1953, it ended 
its affiliation with the University of Western Ontario and became 
an independent institution. In 1956, under the direction of two 
Boards, it adopted the title of Assumption University of Windsor, 
and in 1962 with the amalgamation of the two Boards, it be¬ 
came the University of Windsor. Thus, the University of Windsor, 
while new in its foundation and charter, is already old in its 
traditions and experience. This year, as the first full year of the 
University of Windsor, there was an increase in enrolment of 
588 undergraduates, 5 postgraduates and 48 non - degree 
students. One tradition which U. of W. accepts with “a grain of 
salt” is that of Registration, with all its activitiy, as depicted here. 





































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FROSH WEEK 


Frosh Week was highlighted by the 
usual number of festivities as the seniors 
initiated the freshmen into University 
life. Divergences, such as the big bond 
fire, dances and singing entertainment 
enabled the "frosh" to break away from 
the tasks and pranks the seniors had 
planned for them. 


A “sweet” break with singers! 


Need your cor washed? 


It s a planned bombfire. 


' But your Honour, Sir , . . 


I wouldn't want to crawl through that tunnel with the Engineers pushing 
through that grate. 


rotten tomatoes 


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Higher, I can't reach. 


t think there's a hole in 
your stacking. 

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The Queen and her Court, I. to r: Carol Somolchuk, Sonia Makarevich, Lee Ann Newman, Marlee Percival, Anne Marie MacMillan, and Barbara m 

Bennett. 


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TREASURE 

VAN 


The Treasure Van returned to the 
University of Windsor to allow us 
to view and purchase goods from 
all over the world. Its main purpose 
is the relief of impoverished people 
by helping them to sell their wares 
and handicrafts in the more fortunate 
countries of the world. Scholar¬ 
ships are also raised in this manner 
so that less fortunate students can 
gain an education. 




BLOOD DRIVE 


Another successful blood drive was 
held by the Red Cross at the Uni¬ 
versity of Windsor on Thursday, 
December 5th. This is the fourth year 
of this event and the contributions 
increase every year. 






Front to Back : Anne Roth, Twila Gossett, Phyllis Petersen, Lome Brandes, Janet Barr. 



BOOK FAIR 


Between Nov. 19 and Nov. 22 the 
Book Store presented its 2nd annual 
Book Fair. Over 10,000 titles were 
displayed in both paperback and 
hard cover editions by some twenty 
publishing companies. The Book Fair 
was termed a great success as be¬ 
tween 7,000 and 8,000 people, both 
from the general public and educa¬ 
tional systems came to view the 
selection. 
































The Fifth annual Seminar on Canadian-American 
relations was held at the University of Windsor, Nov. 
7, 8, and 9. 


Its aim is to give the students and officials the 
opportunity of presenting their views on major issues 
which affect both Canada and the United States. 
This year the negro and separatist problems were 
presented and discussed. 


In the previous years only adults submitted papers. 
This year, however, papers were given by students 
from our own university and universities from Ontario, 
Quebec and the United States. Following each paper 
there were open discussions where many interesting 
questions and conflicting views were put forward. 
This experiment proved very successful and this 
year's Seminar was rated by the student participants 
as one of the best seminars that they had ever 
attended. 






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Father Boland, C.S.B., the Organizer of the Canadian American Relations 
Seminar discusses its opening with Linda Durocher, Mr. D. Kigar, and Mr. 
Wilber Brucker. 


CANADIAN- AMERICAN SEMINAR 


Mr. Paul Martin, M.P., one of the main guest speakers, talks with some of the representatives before dinner. L. to r: Anthony Pearson from Loyola, Mr. 
Walker Cisler, Anne Gillis, Mr. Paul Martin and Terry Miller. 













Commerce 

Club 

Obviously in cheerful anticipation of 
a weekend in Toronto, the Commerce 
Club is shown boarding their coach for 
this annual excursion. With tours of the 
Toronto Stock Exchange and the Canada 
Life Insurance Company on their agenda, 
the trip proved to be both educational 
and entertaining. 

Using the Royal York Hotel as a con¬ 
venient home base, the Commerce boys 
also toured many of the finer "night 
spots' 1 of Toronto, and took advantage 
of the occasion to renew several old 
acquaintances. Most of the group was 
on hand to watch the Lancers defeat 
University of Toronto at Hart House. 



The Commerce Oub leaves for the National Indulged Convention in Toronto. 


Model 

Parliament 

This year's Model Parliament was both active 
and educational having three parties, the Liber¬ 
als, Conservatives and New Democrats partici¬ 
pating. 

Parliament sat for three consecutive days hav¬ 
ing for each of those days a member from the 
Federal House as Speaker of the House. They 
were Hon. Marcel Lambert,. MP for West Edmon¬ 
ton, Alberta, (P.C), Ian G, Wahn, MP for St 
Paul s Toronto. (Lib.), and Andrew Brewin, MP 
for Woodbine, Toronto, (N.D.P.). 

The Liberal Government passed a bill of 
recognize and to promote the People’s Republic 
of China's admission into the United Natron's 
General Assembly. This Bill, presented by Gor¬ 
don Thomson Donald Kasta. and Ken Moriarity, 
was the first bill to be passed in several years. 




The final session of Model Parliament gets under way, with Andrew Brewin presiding. 















Josef Drenters puts the finishing touches on the 
alter of the new chapel. 




Ehshop Nelligon heartily enjoys himself at an open 
house in Cody Noll, 








































improvised Intellectuolity 


Residence is the home away from home tor more than five hun¬ 
dred men and women. Residence life is sometimes exciting, some¬ 
times boring, sometimes maddening, but never forgotten. Residence 
life is cramming for tests, writing essays, all-night bridge games, 
pizzas, slow elevators, coke machines that don't work, noisy neigh¬ 
bors and a blessed haven of sleep at day's end. Residence is some¬ 
times taken for granted, but the experience of living with people 
which it provides Is Invaluable. 

Cody Hall and St. Michael s Hall are the men s residences on 
campus. Due to the increasing enrollment at the university, Cody 
Hall is slated for an expansion program which will consist of the 
addition of five more floors to the existing five. The ten storey build¬ 
ing will then be crowned with a glassed-in ballroom and lounge. 
When it is completed Cody Hall will provide living facilities for over 
five hundred men. 


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WOMEN’S 

RESIDENCE 


With the opening of the 
new addition to Electa Hall, 
this year, the girls have been 
able to find more space for 
their leisure hours as well as 
maintain their studies. 


I’m not reolfy going to try to wash my cfothes. 


Tres chic I 


The girls can entertain their friends in the co-ed lounge. 








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Arnold Edinborough, editor ond publisher of Saturday Night, visited campus January 7th 
to speak on the performing arts. Mr. Edinborough, Chairman of the Board of Directors 
of rhe National Ballet, talks about Canadian universities with Dick Stracke, and Lome 
Umbden stock. 



Father Murphy, Mr. McNamara and Mr. John Howard Griffin discuss the 
highlights of the letter's speech on Black Like Me. 



in the classroom Mr. McMahon leads a lecture 
on history. 


Class change in Dillon Hall can provide some con¬ 
gestion in the halfway. 



PEOPLE 

AND 

PLACES 


Peter Sdecky, Chris McCall, Peter Wiebe, Larry Stone and J. Newman enjoy o break 
from the routine of classes with a relaxing game of cards in the Grotto. 




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Loraine James, Richard Brown, Hermine Coopmcm, Phyllis Petersen 
and Harley Smith try their luck on the new computer added to 
Esse* College, 



Jack Moylan and Jan is Marcotte view the proposed expansion plans 
in miniature, of the University of Windsor. 


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fn the Fine Arts Department, Mr. Delauro works on a clay statue with two of his students looking on. 


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JAZZ WENT TO 
WINDSOR 


The two concerts presented by the University of Windsor 
Jazz Club this year followed the precedent set by last year’s 
Bob James Trio concert in featuring the new and unusual. 

Vocalese, the singing technique originated by be-bopping 
Globetrotter BABS GONZALES is unfortunately still in the 
realm of the unusual. Bab's humorous approach and 
uniquely "expoobident mannerisms, however, succeeded in 
entertaining even those who had never heard "Ooh-pafv 
de-bopThe accompanying Johnny Griffith Trio was more 
than just a good backdrop for Babs. By its solo performances 
the trio showed its high calibre as a modern jazz group and 
the high appeal it holds for a discerning audience. 

The newest in modern jazz played by an unusually large 
aggregation came to campus with the "most exciting new 
combo in jazz ", the Marcus Beigrave Septet, Marcus Bel- 
grave, longtime Ray Charles trumpeter; George Bohanon, 
"new thing" trombonist of Chico Hamilton Quintet fame; 
Ronnie Fields, creative soloist on soprano-and tenor sax; 
Frank Morelli, leading baritone-saxophonist; and the rhythm 
section consisting of Clarence Beasley, piano; Bob Allen, 
bass; Ike Daney, drums, convinced the audience that "this 
could be the start of something great . 


Marcus Beigrave Septet 






































Hooten-anny 


St. Denis Hall was jammed again, but for a different rea¬ 
son. The cheering was not for our Lancers, but for the groups 
who strummed and sang at the Music Club's Hootenanny. 


A large and enthusiastic pre Western game crowd ap¬ 
plauded U. of W.'s own Cellar Dwellers, and their rendition 
of ''lusty ' and hearty folk songs. The main attraction were 
the Dalton Boys, who added humourous and rousing lyrics 
to some great songs. 




Dalton Boys 


The Cellar Dwellers 


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SNOW FROLICS 




Lee Ann Newman 































Felicia Kehl 



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Miss Anne Delaney was crowned as the 1963-64 Homecoming Queen as a finale to this 
year s Homecoming festivities. 


HOMECOMING QUEEN... 




Margie Checaloski 


AND 


PRINCESSES 


Judy McIntosh 


Sylvia Payne 






























"Our Lancer/’ 


HOMECOMING 

WEEKEND 



Nurses and Engineers? 




Now, isn’t he pretty? 



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Fr. Le&ef, C.S.B presents owords to Bruce McGuire and Gerr> 
Nori for outstanding work for the Alumni Association. 


As in the past. Homecoming Weekend provided festivities 
for all. The events began with 'Las Vegas Night Friday 
where thousands of dollars exchanged hands. On Saturday, 
a gala parade proceeded through the streets of downtown 
Windsor and culminated at one of the favourite haunts the 
D. H. where cheer and Beer was had by all. In the evening, 
after the basketball game and crowning of the Queen, a 
number of dances and parties were held so that homecoming 
alumni could meet with old friends. 






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Windsor's Sports 











Prtde comes to the University in mony 
ways, there is an academic pride, and a personal 
pride in one's alma mater, but down through 
time the major test is ultimately on the field of 
combat. So the University brings forth its 
best, its strongest, its bravest. Crowds gather 
vehemently holding their heads high 
for those on the field* And victory brings two 
things: shining recognition for those who 
fight and win; and a confirmation and singular 
pride for those who can only watch. 


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Athletic Director 



Assistant Athletic 
Director 


MRS. WM. THOMSON 


DICK MORIARITY 


As Athletic Director, Mr. Moriorsty is 
responsible for the planning, organiza¬ 
tion and administration of the University 
of Windsor's intramural and intercol¬ 
legiate athletic programs. Under his 
direction the athletic facilities for both 
men and women are constantly being 
expanded and improved. 



A graduate of London s Teachers Col' 
lege, Mrs. Thomson is one of the most 
well known coaches and officials of 
women s sports in Ontario. She was ap¬ 
pointed head of womens sports and 
Assistant Athletic Director fn 1961. 









Moderator of Athletics 

REV. J. HUSSEY, C.S.B. 


Equipment 

Manager 

FRED LUXFORD 

Mr, Luxford has been Head Equipment 
Manager of the university for the post 
five years. During this time he has been 
on Invaluable addition to the Athletic 
Staff. His efforts have been especially 
directed to the development of our 
hockey program. Freddie is always ready 
to assist any student in the Athletic 
phase of his college career. 


Father Hussey has long been on influ¬ 
ential factor in the development of the 
university's athletic program, in 1956, 
when Dick Modorlty was appointed full¬ 
time Athletic Director, Pother Hussey as¬ 
sumed his present position of Faculty 
Moderator of Athletics, 
































Athletic Councils 



W.A.C. 


Back Row: Rose Marie Pfifter, Mary Beth Martin, Zigrido Zeps, Valerie Pinke, Sue Taylor, Pat Tarlcone, 
Mary Angela Marr, Ann Boschetto, Front Rowt Mary Snaith, Ingrid Stahl, Pat Desmorais, Gean Vogler, 
Hemnine Coopman. Mary Jo Gteoson (Pres.|. 



M.A.C. 


Back Row: Rick McNair, Bruce White, Ted Zeber, John Roberts, Paul Els&y, Larne Ouguid, Jim McFbrJane, 
CoEin D'Arcy. 2nd Row: Lea McElhone, John Trott, Terry Devlin, Norm Lovoie, Joe Yoeger, Harvey Bar- 
santr. Front Row: Dave Woodoll, Jim Hales, Fred Hughes, George Yaworsky f Pres J, Dick Moriarty, 
Vern MandoJesJ. 




























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Interfaculty 


CLOSE SEASON IN INTERFACULTY FOOTBALL 

This was the second year of interf acuity football 
ot Windsor and In many ways it proved to be the 
most exciting. The big surprise of the season was 
the science squad which in previous years had 
been compared to the Toronto Argonauts. The 
opposition was never quite able to cope with new¬ 
comer Pete Costigon's around-end gallops and a 
Strong offensive line. The final standings saw 
science all alone in first place sporting a 4-0 
record. Engineers ended up in second place with 
only one loss. Arts I and Arts II took third and 
fourth spots respectively with 1-2 -\ record. The 
Commerce team never got unfrocked despite a 
strong backfield and wound up in last place with 
an 0-4 record. 

The playoffs were equally surprising. Fr. Mur¬ 
ray's Junior Artsmen finally stopped Costigan and 
Company in the semi-finals and Arts II eliminated 
defending champion Engineers. Arts I and Arts II 
bottled for the championship on a sweltering 
Saturday in late autumn. Arts I led 1-0 throughout 
the first three quarters and seemed to have the 
championship within their grasp. Then os the 
dock ran out the Senior Artsmen tried for the 
tying point on o punt. Joe Sheehan of Arts I 
booted the pigskin out of the end zone into the 
waiting arms of Jim Placzek who marched right 
back into the end zone for the winning touchdown. 
Congratulations are due to all five teams, especial¬ 
ly coach Morgan Clark and his Champion Arts M 
dub. 


Champions 




Bottom Row: Red Nontais, Paul Elsey, Mike Thorpe r Jim Kesselring, Larry Stone, Lino Salcic- 
cioli, Jerry Leroy, Len Uarrasso, 2nd Row: Harvey Barsanti, Dove Dean, Don Wodkowski, Dan 
Jason, Dove Pennington, Jim Placzek, Peter Bond, Greg Burton, Bob Carron, Tom Horsley, 
Mike Skebo, Gary Cimino. Tom Micallif, Don Moran, Rick Bauman, Jim Sempowski, Mo 
Thiboulf, Coach r Morgan Clark. 

















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Arts I 


Bottom Row: John Grant, Dave Watson, Kirk McKinnon, Art Kainz, Jerry Guerinot, Bill Marion. Top Row: Fr. 
Murray, Steve Fleming, Rich Taves, Joe Sheehan, Bob Bandy, Tom Jokobszen, Dove Dudley, Mike Gauge!, Bob 
Ivosevich, Paul Leddy, Mike Baker. 



















ENGINEERS 






Finn, Bob DeMers, Dove AmiII. Top Row: Jon Fell, Tlno Del- 
Grcmde, Mike Barry, Les McDermott, Froggy Bourg, Paul Van 
Wafteghen, Bob Tartaglia, John Corneilson. 


Front Row: Ralph Hutchins, Dick G'Caltaghan, Bernie Kenny, Larry Lubrock, Wally Wyszynski, John 
Desmarais, Tony lurchyn, Gory Schafer, Bryon Rodie. 2nd Row: Charlie Boyle {Asst. Coach], Ken 
Petrunik, Norm Talbot, Jim Soltis, Dave Struthers, Barry Paul, Mike Livingston, Dave Woodall (coach), 
Lyle Warwick. 3rd Row: Frank Giblin, Dave Cole, Gus Candida, Jim Berry, Klaus Wtebe, Ron Blizchuk, 
Bernie Borshke, Erwin Elmauer, Harley Smith, Arnie Godin. 





























TRACK&FIELD 

Track and Field finally came of age at the 
University of Windsor this year, Charlie and 
Claude MacMillan combined to lead the team 
to fifth place in the CXQ.A.A, meet. Bob Nemeth 
and Norb Keller also helped the team to a 25 
point total as compared to a three point total 
last year. 

One of the most surprising events of the sea¬ 
son was the Interfaculty meet. More than seventy 
athletes participated and it is hoped even more 
will take part next year. Arts I “ran" off with 
the Inter faculty crown. 




Bottom Row: C. Tufano, M. Dubois, T. Dunne, D. Reinhart, K. Woodall. Second Row: J. Phaneuf, Costinyak, L Mosley, P. Voucher, C Steele, L. Kelly, 
Third Row: G, Ruckle, W. McAdom, N. Keller, M. Kwiatkowskl, B. Billand, Coach A. Green, Mr. R. Somarus, M. Hackshaw, N. Laury, Claude MacMillan, 
Charles MacMillan. 


Charlie MacMillan beats Windsor-grod Paul Allen in the 100-yard dash against 
Western. 



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HOCKEY 




Bottom Row: P. Costigan, K. MacKinnon, R. Caverzan, K. Long, J. Yager, J. Scandiffio. Top Row: F. Luxford (Gen. Manager), B. Turner, P. Mc- 
Eachen, M. Brunet, P. Bondy, H. Barsanti, J. Zechner, P. Nardini, B. Kasta, 0. Thompson, J. Lipic, J. Duff (Coach). 



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Bottom Row: R r Carter, D. Ka$ta r AA, Brunet, R. Caverzan, J. Yoegef, M. Skebo, Top Row: B. Burkart, M. Janisse, B. Heath, 
H, Duff, H. Barsanti, P, AAcEathem, L, Simonini, K, Long. 


RUNNERS-UP 



ARTS 1 


Bottom Row: T. Dunne, J, Grant, D. Stevens, I. Reid, B. McCabe, J. Scandiffio. Top Row: M. Cieary, G. Simmons, 
P, MacNamaro, P. Higgins, F. Luxford (Coach], P. Fitzpatrick (Trainer), J. Bondy, J. Sheehan, G. Carter, K. Me- 
Kinnon, 



























ngineers 


Bottom Row: Bob Heath, Barney Kenney, Gus D’Orazio, Pat Nardini, Dave Cole, Jim Soltis. Top Row: 
Arnie Godin, John Lipic, J. Loebach, Dave Woodall, Bob Gagne (Coach), Fr. Flood (Coach), Dave Terry, 
Ron Dunn, Don Thompson. 



Commerce Back Row: Pat O'Donnell, John Cornilson, Bob Collis, Jack Ward (Coach), Jack Cunningham, Brian 

Kasta. Front Row: Dave Carter, Bob Tartaglia, John Amyot, Bill Cotnam, John Zechner. 



Back Row: Ed D Andrea, Gary Brunet, John Guertin, John Duff (Coach), J. C. Dumoulin, Pete Costigan, 
Sandy Blackshaw Front Row: Ron Goletski, Mike Bondy, Gord Thompson, Frank Powell, Gerry Kuzak. 
Absent: Verne Mandolesi. Al Trinka, Gary Fitzgibbons. 




























































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Soccer 


Again this year, soccer was one of the most success- 
ful and popular sports on our campus- The league was 
a close one and all the games hard fought. Credit 
is due to Colin D'Arcy for the excellent organization soc¬ 
cer enjoyed. Gus Candida and Eddi Regts led the strong 
Engineer's team to the Interfaculty Championship. 





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ARTS 


Tsp Row: Dino Tegfeh, Lionel Cameron, Dan Canon, Reiner Anderson, 
Jack KeM, Paul Vi I fan r. Bottom Row: John ScandiffiO. Rich Hall, Jfm 
Laiacono, Fausto Angel ini. 



ENGINEERS 


Top Row: Bruno DeGregorio, Mike Purdy, Harry Ball, Glen 
MacCoubrey, Jim Drummond. Bob Horvath, Ed Regts. Bottom 
Row: Steve Tam, Noel Bhumgara, Mike Gaan, Mel Melconion, 


Ron Hussain, 

Golf 



This was a most successful 
year for our Intercollegiate Golf 
Team. The team was made up 
of the four low scores in the 
school elimination tournament. 
The University of Windsor host¬ 
ed the G.G.AA Tournament 
which was held in the fall at 
Beach Grove Golf Course, Har¬ 
vey "BUTCH Barsanti took the 
individual honours with a 74, 
77-151. D. J. Egan disqualified 
himself for a minor and inadver¬ 
tent infraction of the rules and 
as a result Windsor automatic¬ 
ally dropped to last place in the 
standings. Had it not been for 
this bit of bad tuck Windsor 
would likely have won the 
championship. 



Sandy Roland, Dennis Egan, Harvey Garsanfi, Mike Cain, 

















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Bach Raw: B, McAdam, S. Roland, G. Ruckle, M. Glosster, M. Taranczuk, J. Bardswkh, M. Chelop, M. JCwiatkowski, W, An¬ 
derson, P r - Barktch, G. Horner. Front Row: E. ChSttaro {Coach), L Kelly, $. Rogrn, D. Watson {Manager). 



CHEERLEADERS 



J. Vogler 


J, Clzek 



D. Woodall, A. Delaney, D, Renshaw, S. Payne, D, MacArthur, M. Checaloski, J. Moylan, S. Gheptiany. 


















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SEASON'S RECORD 20-5 


ONTARIQ-QUEBBC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 12-0 


Home Games 


MeMasfer Univ. 92 Windsor 

Aquinas College 97 Windsor 

Detroit Tech, 57 Windsor 

Lake Forest College 67 Windsor 

Lawrence Tech 94 Windsor 

Queen s Univ. 45 Windsor 

Hillside College 74 Windsor 

Adrian College 72 Windsor 

Western Univ. 64 Windsor 

Waterloo Univ t 81 Windsor 

Univ. of Detroit 101 Windsor 

Univ. of Toronto 77 Windsor 

Lawrence Tech. 91 Windsor 

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Univ, of Detroit 95 

Adrian College 73 

Iona College 88 

Monmouth College 71 

Uni. of Toronto 79 

McMoster Univ. 62 

Queen's Univ. 78 

McGill Univ. 47 

Hillsdale College 84 

Waterloo Univ. 76 

Western Univ. 73 


Windsor 

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Bottom Row: I. Micallif, B, Taylor, L Poeock, J, Green, B, Turner, E. Cantor, Second Row: 


R. Macnair, ?. Casafla, L Bardo, P. Nardini, J. Yaeger, D, Robinson, Top Row: B. Washer, 
0. LeMar, B, Brown, F. Luxford, B, Hanson, E. Pefryshyn, J. Morris, J. Uphan, 






Bottom Row: D. O Callaghan, L Liebrack, B, Horvath, J. Soltis, W. WyszynskL Middle Row: H. 
Smith, C. Kerr, F. Talbot, B. Rodie, G. Schaffer, F. Gibfin, D, Struthus, D. Hofford. Top Row; J, 
Tagleh, D. Lauzon, B. Friesmuth, D. Woodall, B, Jan, J. Drummond, L. McElhone, 


INTERCOLLEGIATE 



i. Dempsey, J, Diem, D, Kosta, T. Fahlenbach. 


G. Cooney, P, Riforgiota, J. Donahue, A, long. 


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F I K S ^ Gauge!, N, Lavoie, D. Dudley, S. Honey, B. 
Stead. 



EXECUTIVES 


L McDermott, J, McFadane, B. Ruch r J. 
Diem, R. Touchee. 


INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 










MACHIAVELLIAN’S 


HAMBLIN YANKS 


Top: J, Guerinot, J. Stenz, D. Rine¬ 
hart, P. Vilfani. Bottom: G, Evans, 
V. Vella, R, Pelletier, C. Steele. 


Bottom: T. Cosfigan, J. Trott, L, Varrassc, J. Boutdeou, 
Top: B. Hadley, L. Pocock, C. Green leaf, R. McNair, B. 
Waechter, 



NADS 


Top: E. Dydyk, F. Giblm, J. Drummond (Coach), 
T. Fahlenbach, C MacMillan, Bottom: H. Smith, 
0. O'Callaghan, W, Wyszynski, D. Louzon. 




















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JUDO 

Like most other University of 
Windsor teams, the Judo Club 
is gaining greater respect on 
the intercollegiate level. This 
year Ryerson Institute of Techno- 
logy hosted the Annuo! Univer¬ 
sity Judo Tournament. Twelve 
university teams with a total of 
160 competitors participated in 
the events, Windsor placed a 
very respectable fifth in the 
team standings due to outstand¬ 
ing performances by blue belts 
Kerry MacDonald and Rich Phil¬ 
lips; orange belts Mike Gindle 
and Wayne Craig; and white 
belts Rainer Anderson and Jack 
Keht. 



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W. Craig demonstrates the Temar-Nage 


Bottom Row: B. Desroches, B. Brown, P, Waier, T. Gaffney. Top Row: N. Grabawski [Coach], A, Mc¬ 
Millan, R. Scheidlemann, V. Dantzer, J. Roberts, 






AQUATIC 

SOCIETY 

Although young and inexperienc¬ 
ed, Windsor s swimming team has 
made a fine showing rn intercol¬ 
legiate competition this year. In his 
first year at Windsor, coach Nike 
Grabowski has moulded a strong 
nucleus for next year s dub. It is 
hoped that with better facilities and 
more recruits, the team will have an 
even more successful season. 









































VOLLEYBALL 


Bottom Row: H. Coooman, F, Hartford, J. Blackwell, A. Johnston Top 
Row: C. Palfutro, A, Lafeunesse, L Sanderson, M, Prete, V, Penke, A. 
Roth, P, Walton, S Thomson (Director!. 


WOMEN’S 

ATHLETICS 









BASKETBALL 


Top Row: M A. Marr, I. Stahl, S T Blair, I. Nomespetro, J. Wilson, M. J. Gleason, 
Bottom Row: D. La march, L. Menard, P. Desmarais, H. Kinik, D, Orange, £, Thomp- 
san {Director). 


SWIMMING 


Top Row: E. Dettman, M. Yelfw, D. Nelson. Bottom Row: L Menard, 
Kowcinak, M. Snaith, 


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Windsor's Clubs 
Organizations 







An education is many things. It is textbooks and 
seminars, blue-books and all-night study sessions, 
conferences and transcripts. But the cultural, social 
or political side of an individual s education must find 
expression. And so it is that many famous orchestras, 
soloists, lecturers, and actors come often to the 
threshold of the University, to be greeted by an 
enthusiastic, appreciative and demanding audience. 
So it is that the cultural, political and social clubs and 
organizations of an encouraging campus build and 
thrive to broaden us all. 





























































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President 

and His Message 


Fellow Students: 

In the midst of a university community, the most prevalent virtue 
should be that of personal humility. Favoured though we are to be here, 
we should draw realization of our own infirmities and shortcomings, 
through our close proximity to great men and great ideals. Simultaneously 
we should draw inspiration and ambition to improve ourselves and the 
world around us. 

The social function of a university is to produce original thinkers and 
nonconformists. It takes but little talent to conform to social dictates. 

It takes both courage and a sense of purpose to determine to change 
society constructively. 

If the University of Windsor has developed in you a sense of personal 
humility and a related desire to achieve perfection through social Im¬ 
provement, then it has accomplished its primary end. Let us hope that 
Its success of this year shall be repeated In the years of growth to come. 

Sincerely yours, 

William White, President, 

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Students’ Administrative Council 



Cathy Comuzzi 

Cultural Chairman 


Joan Spinks 

President, 

Women’s Activities Council 


Brian DesRoches 

Freshman Representative 




L. Liebrock, Applied Science Rep., G. Manser, Corresponding Secretary, D. Roszmann, Arts Rep., D. Faulkner, Recording Secretary, J. Morand, 

D. Baloishis, Pure Science Rep. Chairman C.U.S. Committee. 









































C McArthur, C. Comuzzl (Cultural Chairman), C ThibouJl, L Umbenstock, J- Payne, A. O'Rourke, 
E. McAuliffe. 



Row 1; N Barsantt, J, Kowcinack. Row 2t P. De^arlais, L Desjarlais, M. L Schrof, 



Committee 

One of the most active and 
by far one of the most effective 
committees on campus, the Cul¬ 
tural Committee makes its work 
evident in the fields of art, films, 
book discussions and chiefly in 
its sponsorship and support of 
the Christian Culture Series. Un¬ 
der the direction of Cultural 
Chairman, Cathy Comuzzi, and 
her committee heads, such note¬ 
worthy events as the Vienna 
Choir Boys, the Canadian Na¬ 
tional Ballet, and the Detroit 
Symphony Orchestra were made 
available to the students. Fol¬ 
lowing In tradition this year's 
committee has done a job of 
which they can be proud, 

W.A.C. 

This year, as in former years, the 
Windsor and resident girls joined 
together to plan a well balanced 
schedule of women's activities. The 
Sadie Hawkins' Dance, the Children's 
Christmas Party, the Roundabout 
Formal, and the Grooming Clinic 
were just a few of the successful 
undertakings of the council. With 
representatives from each faculty 
WAC has contributed much to the 
united spirit of the University of 
Windsor. 


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$■ Morgan, Row 3: J. Spinks |Pres.), D. Nelson, H. Pacovsky, L James, V. McHugh. 

R. Vogt, D, Raszman (Chairman), J, McIntosh, M, J. Gleeson, M, K. I'Heureux, E. Remming, P. Soske, 


Arts Council 


R, Taylor, R. WeStet, F. Fraser. 


Since its initiation in 1962, the 
Arts Council has endeavoured to 
give the Arts Student a voice in 
affairs on campus. As Arts Repre¬ 
sentative, Don Roszman has work¬ 
ed jointly with the Students' Ad¬ 
ministrative Council and the Arts 
Council to create better understand¬ 
ing and interest within the entire 
student body. 

To provide Arts students with the 
opportunity to display their liter¬ 
ary talents and keep in contact with 
the activities of the Arts Council, 
a monthly Arts letter was published 
and proven successful. 








































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c.u.s. 

An organization serv¬ 
ing students, The Cana¬ 
dian Union of Students 
has expanded immense¬ 
ly in the last few years. 
It has provided a Life 
insurance Plan, avail- 
able to all Canadian 
university students. With 
its objectives of promot¬ 
ing better understanding 
among Canadian stu- 
dents, instituting a 
greater degree of co-op¬ 
eration among all stu¬ 
dent organizations, ad¬ 
vancing legitimate stu¬ 
dent interests, and de¬ 
veloping relationships 
with other national and 
international student 
groups, CUS sponsors 
many activities including 
the Blood Drive, Student 
Discount Service, Stu¬ 
dent Travel Bureau, and 
their literary publica¬ 
tion, Campus Canada, 
to carry out their pro¬ 
gramme. 



J. Beaufne, W, McLeod, M. Senzef, L. Brorides, I. Nunzrofo, J. Mororvd. 




w.u.s.c. 


M. K r L'Heureux, D, Kasta, J. Pfoncan, Dr, J. Farrell, Dr. K. Pryke, Seated: M. Snaith, V. McHugh, 
J. Golden, J. Pell, B. Mary nick, N. LaVoie, P, Butler, Mr. D. Mayer. 



Serving university stu¬ 
dents from coast to 
coast. World University 
Services of Canada is 
famous for its generous 
donations to SHARE, and 
its many seminars held 
across the continent. It 
is through WUSC that 
university students a- 
cross Canada now have 
a health plan, and with 
the week of Treasure 
Van we were able to see 
the interest shown in 
support of other peoples 
and their cultures. 

This year a U. of W. 
student will travel to 
Algeria accompanied by 
other university s t u - 
dents, sponsored by 
WUSC, Certainly It is an 
organization of great 
value to all students 
through Its promotion of 
international relations. 
















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Kneeling: D. Strufhers, I. Leu, C. Allen, D. Goslir*, R. Merfo, Oh Nolan, P. Hrivnak, N. Bhumgara, E. Kulperger, 
R. Carducd, J. McGee, D. Gonsalves. Is* Row: C, Perl, R, Nadalln, R, Heath, E. Prkufo, B, Girard, F. Mallat, 
B. Poul r G. Schafer, A, Bonsignore, D, Cole, D. Kreibich, B r Fox, N Ritchie, R r Tousignant. 2nd Row: J, Mel eg, 
P. Kostenfcuk, L. Coyne, A. Sweetmen, J, Cahoon, K. Petrunfk. 3rd Row: C. Boyle, L, Scott, M, Will ramson, G, 
Ackert, R. Wigle, J, Barry, G, MacCoubrey, B. James, P. Elias, B. Borschke, M, Livingston, C, Mathe, H. Laudie. 
4th Row: B, Sanford, P. Smith, B. Kenny, J. Goodwin, B, Quick, M. Gindle, R, Miller, J. Kauffman, D, Hofford, 
F. Walton, R. Farrell, M. Mekonran, B. Tremblay, J. McArthur, M. Patterson, D. Candida, J, Bardswtcb. 


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Engineering 

Society 

The Engineering Society was 
formed in 1957-58, Since then 
the club has expanded and the 
engineers now merit one of the 
most impressive buildings on 
our campus, Essex College 
houses the builders of the future, 
and in the dub there is a strong 
link between industry and the 
classroom. The Engineers maim 
tain □ very high level of scholas¬ 
tic endeavour as well as an aloof 
air towards the mere Arts, Sci¬ 
ence or Commerce students, who 
nevertheless admire their ener¬ 
gy and spirit. 













Front Row: A. Marsh, L, McElhone, G. Dolan, G. Candida, T. Wright, L. Gale, 
G. Sfany, J, Desmarais, 2nd Row: J. Evans, G. Sanderson, F. Wai, J. Camp¬ 
bell, B. Dydyk, F. Hamadek, K. Evans, R. Burns, L, Lecouteur. 3rd Row: C 






























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1st Row: J. Gosdo. M, Prince, M. Hockshow, J. Holes, fL Bettridge, Prof, G, B. Sullivan, L. Ouguid, 
J* Mitchell, M. Pierce, 2nd Row: D. Carter, R, Erlandson, F. Schinners, D. Smith, G. McNeil, S. Weber, 
P. Clark, P. Moron, JL Brock, G. Chick, J. Pollard, G* O Keefe, J. Susko. 3rd Row: R. Orlando, G. Yo- 
worski, R, Beneteau, T, Hurley, R. DeMers, J, Pircn, C D Arcy, L. Carli. T, Assang, E, Kowalski, 



COMMERCE CiUB EXECUTIVE 


J. Gajdo, L. Doguid, J. Mitchell, R. Bettridge {pres,], Mr, J. M, 
Brownlie, M. Pierce, J. Hales, 


Commerce Clu 

The future financiers (?) of the 
globe are bred amongst those who 
hardly recognize them. The business 
world is often a tough one and the 
Commerce Club contends to give its 
members a knowledge of this world 
through Its monthly dinners during 
which important leaders address 
them on current topics. An Interested 
executive and an active membership 
provides for unlimited experiences 
and opportunities in their chosen 
field. 










nt Row- R Malicki, R. Henderson, M. Barry, T. DetGrande, R. Tortaglia, J, McNamara, A. Davidson, D. Cooper. 
2nd Row M Valentino, 8. Bochand, E. Rutherford, R. Bishop. W, Catnam, T. Lachine, T. Murafori. N. Keller, P. 
Ryan M. Dubois. R. Renshow. P. Ryan, K, Westfall. 3rd Row: M. Gru,icich. M. Marentet.e, R. Meconi, 0. 
Bourg, L. McDermott, W. Ruch, P. Jomes, R. Tauchie, J, Duke. D. McArthur, B, Walker, R. Sinasac, P. K,efaber. 
4th Row: J. Kenny, J. Morin, W. Sinclair, J, Kornelson, B. Brown, D, Lynds, D, VonNest, P. VanWatteghen, M. 
McGarvey, J. Gatfield, K, Randall. 



























Row ): M, Bordeau, B. Robins, J, Thurlow, S. A, Smith, G. Hardwick, J, Spray (pres,}, A. Young, Sr. M, 
Holder, Sr. A. Pelletier, Row 2: Sr. St, M, Elizabeth, A. Schwab, M. Tourangeau, P. Anderson, P. Del 
Rtzzo, C Dudgeon, V. McDonald, G. Barrie, S. Mashtaler, B. Jensen, Sr. M. Bernard, Row 3: B. Brydges, 
F. Kuber, G< Currie, J. Moore, S. Bryant, D. Kraemer, M. Moguire, N. Davis, S, KeEping, L Serabian. 



Nurses’ 

Club 


Accompanying the de¬ 
mand for more hospitals 
and better health services 
is the even greater de¬ 
mand to equip these ne¬ 
cessities with capable 
employees. The post¬ 
graduate course in nurs¬ 
ing is offered to improve 
nursing education and 
to give to nurses the 
status they deserve. 

It is only in the last 
few years that the club 
has expanded, and upon 
this expansion is built 
hopes for the future. 


R. C. A. F. 

One of the three branches of the Canadian Armed Forces, the Royal Canadian Air Force is 
well represented at the new University of Windsor. 

I Meeting every Tuesday evening, this group discusses possibilities for future careers in the 

armed service. Films and guest lecturers add up to an interesting agenda. 




Seated: P/O Ma* Pierce, F/L G. Loucks, S/l W. Benedict, O/C S. Case, O/C E, 
Regt 5 , Standing: O/C W. Mackenzie, O/C J. Martin, O/C J. DaEgieish, O/C M. 
Appel, O/C E. Morgan, O/C J, Maclean, O/C J. Mathe. 




























Front Row: S/lt. R. Del Col, S/Lt. N. Kupnickl, LCDR W. Walrus, C.O., Lt. T Cross. X.O., Lt. M. Kretch, S/Lt. W. 
Pigeon. Row 2: Cadets D. Goulin, L. Laframboise, J. Sweeney. R '.avers. G. Tomko, W. Frenette. M. Syzmanski, 
L. Maguire, R. Fortier, J. R. Barry. Row 3: M. Bondy, M. Roy. A. Die:. R. Warren, N. Finney, t Mosley, D. Seton, 
H. Vaumann, K Towers. Row 4: P. Burford, R. Mathews. W. Pastonus. F. Shady. T. Morgan, F. Grobowieki. G. 
Thompson, D. Badregon, M. Carr, R. Del Col. 


U.N.T.D. and C.O.T.C. 


With thoughts and dreams pointing towards the future, 
the young men of the Army and the Navy look forward 
to careers in the armed service. 

Both groups meet regularly and discuss possibilities 
for advancement now and for the future, once their 
education is complete. 


Guest speakers are frequent visitors to meetings and 
lively question and answer periods often follow. These 
boys of the army and navy enjoy a close fellowship 
with each other for their destinations are the same — 
that of the service of their country. 



Row 1: G. Chick. B Rodie, K. O Callaghan, H Kennison, J Roy. W. Vernon W Waymouth. D. Hamber. W. Senchuk. Row 2: J. Morris, A. Broeders, 
D. Tupling, G. lafortune. R. St. Aubin. T. Jakobszen. F. Marentette, W. Fedchun. A. Gold, Copt. G. Kells. Row 3: R. Andersen, D. Skoyles, R. Doyle. 
V. Pistor. A. Turchyn, R. Carron. L. Lecouteur, K. Wilson. 






















N.D.P. 

Club 

The New Democra¬ 
tic Party on campus 
came closer than ever 
before to winning the 
election this year. Their 
popularity has increas¬ 
ed not only on our 
campus but on the na¬ 
tion-wide scale as well. 
Thanks to the dynamic 
leadership of Doug 
Fisher the dub has en¬ 
joyed increased mem¬ 
bership as well as in- 
creased popularity. 
Basing many of their 
policies on the pros 
and cons of labour 
union, this political 
party looks forward to 
bigger and better days. 
Next year the energet¬ 
ic N.D.P.s. promise an 
even greater threat to 
the political battlefield. 


Politics 




Seated: J. Gaughan. 0, Fisher [Pres,}, F r J, Hartford, M. Danlluk, M> Whitney, M. Brodsky, Standing: 
P. Butcher, R. St, Onge, D, Bradley, J. Mahon, H, Greenhow, 0. Skaytes. 


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Liberals 


The most popular political par¬ 
ty on campus, the Liberal Club, 
once again fathered a fine cam¬ 
paign to win the student election. 
The dub tries to keep its members 
informed on the latest party plat¬ 
forms as well as the political sit¬ 
uation from coast to coast through 
various guest speakers and know¬ 
ing lecturers. Not only is the lib¬ 
eral Club a fine political ensemble 
but its members enjoy a fine so¬ 
cial agenda as well. Peter Moran, 
student Prime Minister and Presi¬ 
dent of the Club, has provided 
keen opposition for his other con¬ 
tenders, and all deserve a hand 
of applause for their spirit and 
sense of fair play throughout the 
campaign. 


Seated: M, Samson. A, Long, J, Yager, P. Moran [Pres ), M, A. Marr, P. Fitzpatrick, F. Smith. Standing: 
B, Allgeyer, $. Chauvin, V, Mandolesi, F. Burke, P, Butler, G. Blonde, M. Huxter, J P Flynn, D. Kosta, 
J. Beoulne. 












































Front Row; T. Farrah, M. A. Marr, Dr. Fallenbuchl, Mr. Gillen, L. Speranza (Pres.), Dr. Phillips, Dr. Kovacs. M. Bell, J. Dempsey, 

M. Mattson. Row 2: J. Leu, D. Faulkner, L. Atkinson, R. Sandor, T. Horsley, L. Salcicioli, D. Pennington, L. Varasso, R. 

Doyle, L. Beaudoin, H. Baumann, K. Moriarty, W. Borowicz. Row 3: H. Heyn, R. Harpe, C. MacKenzie, P. DellaValle, Fr. 

Callaghan, M. Fassell, P. MacNeil, T. DelGrande, M. Barry, J. Gaughon, H. Wiens. 

Economic-Political 
Science Club 

With the growing interest in student politics 
it is an inevitable fact that more Canadians take 
a closer look at the situation surrounding them. 

It has been recently decided to teach political 
science prior to university training, and the 
economic situation can be well learned by simply 
picking up a newspaper. The Ec - Pol. Sci. Club 
endeavours to carry knowledge gained in the 
classroom and to discuss such knowledge at 
regular meetings in an informal manner. 

Progressive 
Conservatives Clu 

The recent growth of the Progressive Conser¬ 
vative Club on campus only emphasizes the 
interest in the economic and political status of 
nations. A well-informed group, ready to defend 
their policies, the members of the P.C. Club are 
enthusiastic politicians of the future. They are 
kept up-to-date on the policies — both provin¬ 
cial and federal — through frequent meetings, 
club bulletins, and noted guest speakers. 

Row 1: R. Zanatta, D. McCready (Pres.), J. MacKenzie, W. Petrushyn, K. Dewhirst, 

M. Miskow. Row 2: J. Morand, L. Hegland, B. Trothen, B. Hill, J. Vezina, N. Bar- 
santi. Row 3: S. Cruickshank, C. Coyle, G. Crawford, W. Borowicz, L. Varasso, M. 

Baker. 

















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Lord Acton 
Society 

The Lord Acton Society is the his¬ 
tory club on campus. This club is 
one of the newest at the University 
of Windsor; it was founded by in¬ 
terested history students only last 
year. A comparatively small mem¬ 
bership does not # however, imply 
that they are inactive. Members are 
occupied with lectures, films, and 
book reviews. The moderator of the 
Society, Dr. Farrell, helps to keep 
things interesting with his continual 
wit and good humor. 



1st Row: Dr. Farrell, R. McNair, L. Varasso, G. Cooney. 
2nd Row: J. Trott, C. Greenwood, T. Costigan, R. Eady. 





R. Barnes, M. Grzegocki, T. Seymour, L. Sykora, Fr. Boland, A. Roth, D. Petkus, P. DeBiase, B. Trothen, 
J. Callahan. 


The Canadian Affairs Club 


With an ambitious scope and a great deal of interest, the Canadian Affairs 
Club has proved itself one of the best organizations on our campus. Through 
the untiring efforts of Fr. Boland, C.S.B., and by the co-operation of the mem¬ 
bers of the club, the interest in world affairs on campus has been heightened. 
Their varied program was highlighted this year by the now annual Canadian- 
American Seminar. 












































The Trident Club 


It is only in the most recent years of the university’s his¬ 
tory that the Ukrainian students on campus have gathered 
together in common interest. The only ethnic group existing 
in the university, their activities vary from social to intel¬ 
lectual discussions in their native tongue. It is our hope 
that the Trident Club continues to grow with the annual 
increment of the new University of Windsor. 



1st Row: T. Matteis, V. Mancinelli, R. M, Fortier. 2nd Row: C. Azarcoya, C. 
Burgos, C. Doyle, Dr. Urtiaga, C. Salvitore, K. Comostin. 3rd Row: F. de- 
Chellis, D. Goulin, P. Halford, D. Geralaml. 



Column 1: W. Fedchun, C. Kwasniki, B. Shean V. Hladzuk. Column 2: 
J. Makohon, S. Skaab, E. Ewaschuk, W. Kostynuk, E. Kalugny. Column 3: 
N. Polenchuk, I. Kominar, L. Nazarewich, L Sinchuk. Column 4: W. 
Borowicz, S. Bryksa, C. Yaworsky, I. Hexel, W. Senchuk. 


Spanish Club 

Combining the willingness to learn and the readi¬ 
ness to try, members of the Spanish Club test their 
ability at attaining fluency in this romance language. 
A new club on campus, the Spanish Club has as 
its goal not only to give expert help to the be¬ 
ginners on the right times to use “estar” and “ser”, 
but also to provide beginners and experts alike with 
an understanding and love of both the language 
and of Spain herself. In its endeavours to make the 
Spanish language and culture an integral part of 
undergraduate life, president Vince Mancinelli has 
done his utmost to carry through the aims of his club. 


















Sociology Club 



Few in number but vast 
in ideas and projects * . , 
Field trips to Bowling Green, 
Londons Mental Hospital, 
and many films and discus¬ 
sions all added up to make 
a grand total of SUCCESS 
for the Sociology Club of 
‘64, 

Under the capable direc¬ 
tion of Mr, Cole sociology 
students have not been con¬ 
fined to classroom work 
alone. The dub's activities 
have managed to produce 
an interested group of 
young people ready to as¬ 
sist in a social welfare of 
their communities. 


R. Sinclair, R, Weiler, M. CilMs, Mr, D. Cole P S. Chapman, L Shery, 


To meet the de¬ 
mands of student 
interest and the pro¬ 
minent growth in 
the psychology field 
as evidenced by the 
annual increment of 
enrolments in psy¬ 
chology courses, the 
need for a dub of 
this nature seemed 
obvious. In keeping 
within their limited 
budget the club 
planned a program 
which supplemented 
the academic knowl¬ 
edge and interest of 
the graduate, ma¬ 
jor, and psych 15 
students, by provid¬ 
ing additional extra¬ 
curricular activities 
related to the field 
of psychology. 


Psychology Club 



Row 1: R. Erlondson, R. Caverzan, P Fresco (Pres.}, I, Nuntiato, M, Senzel. Row 2: J, loiacono, J. Harris, 
M. Monteito, N. DeMers, j. Pracey, S. Ru-sseil, 5, Gaien, M, Znoiins, J. KaJbfleisch, $. 0 L Brecht ( P, Saske, 
C. Kwasniki, P. LeMire. Row 3: J. Fazakos, P, Reforgioto. S. Cruickshank, L Hegland, R, Carter, S, 
Sullivan, j. Sweeney, J. Kenny, R. Munro, P. Rocas, C. Yaworsky, S. Murphy, M. J, Sirok, D. Reinhart, 
M. Ray, A. Anderson. 


















































Chemistry Club 


The science of Chem¬ 
istry, in one form or an¬ 
other, is one of the old¬ 
est known to man. Mo¬ 
dern chemists no longer 
seek a simple way to 
make gold. Their re¬ 
search has expanded to 
extend the limits of 
man's horizon, to ele¬ 
vate his intellectual ca¬ 
pacity, and further to 
raise his standard of 
living far beyond what 
their predecessors hoped 
to gain from their newly 
made gold. To empha¬ 
size this, and to show 
its members what re¬ 
mains, to be accomp¬ 
lished, the Chemistry 
Club has planned a pro¬ 
gram to supplement a- 
cademic knowledge and 
interest by providing 
many extracurricular 
events related to the 
field of Chemistry, 



Row T: M. MEskow, R. Kelsch, B. Clark (Pres.), R. Scherdelman, W. Lajofe, D. Bondy Row 2: R Biddle, 
G. MaeCoubrey, C. Messing, B. Fought, Dr. R. Niectzielski„ j, Kominor, R. Walton, J. Batiste, 


Physics Club 



R. Wilson, W. Way mouth, T. Shiner [Pres], Dr. Hedgecock, J. Lejoit, D, Leach. 


Created for furthering the 
knowledge and experience of 
students in the practical aspects 
of Physics, the Physics Club has 
done much to promote the in¬ 
terests of its members in the 
many fields open to modern 
scientists. In this age when our 
civilization is sustained by the 
ever-increasing achievements of 
science, the members of the club 
fully realize their important role 
in achieving a strong link be¬ 
tween industry and the class* 
room. Thus, both for enjoyment's 
sake, and to give its members 
experience in practical prob¬ 
lems, the Physics Club has pre¬ 
sented speakers, films, and ar¬ 
ranged tours of major industrial 
plants where the theories of the 
iab are given concrete form. 


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Jazz Club 

The Jazz Club, m its 
fourth and most success¬ 
ful year, entertained stu¬ 
dent members with a va¬ 
riety of concerts both on 
and off campus this year. 
An increase in the size of 
the club has enabled mem¬ 
bers to participate in more 
activities than ever before. 
The Marcus Setgrave Sep¬ 
tet, Babs Gonzales, and the 
Johnny Griffith Trio are 
just a few of the top names 
featured in the Jazz Club's 
entertainment, as it under¬ 
took the task of increasing 
student interest and parti¬ 
cipation in the realm of 
music. 



Row T: M. Soganich, M r Cheealowski, C. Andruski, L Bacher, D. Ardagh, P. Del Rizzo, A. De sRosiers, Popufin, 
S. Makarevich, D. Sira eke, A. Delaney. Row 2: E, Pertsch, N, DeMers, C Yaworsky, L. Merlo, R. Savchetz, P. 
Anderson:, G + Shankfin, J. Mahon, Row 3: J. Sweeney, P. Ryan, R. Edondson, B, Bennett, W. Wyszynski, B. Ju- 
benvflfe. 



Music & Choral Society 


Row 1: D. Krqemer, V. Hartford, J. Parent, A. Schwab, Sr, Pelletier, C Lemon, N, Hirsch, T. Passorello. 
Row 2: S. Loranger, M. A, Rose, S, O'Brecht, Sr, M. Elizabeth, B. Jensen, C. Kelly, P t Shackleford E. 
McAuliffe, K, Stanton, R, T-aves, Fr. Fiore C.S.B. Row 3: M r Kehl, M, Skoab, M. Peobody, R r Dupuis, 
C. Salvatore, J. Beneteau, C, Kwasnicki. Row 4: P. Butler, N. Fotheringham, R. Look- kon, J, Van Lore. 
Row S: R. Stephens, R. Mkheli, R. Zarate, M, Samson, B. DeMuy, J + Loiocono. 







A, Schwab, B. Jensen, D, Kraemer, C. Kwasnicki. 


The Music Club proved itself active 
in many social functions on campus 
again this year. Among the club’s 
choral activities were the Christmas 
Fantasy, the Spring Concert, and par¬ 
ticipation in the CBC choral competi¬ 
tion, Their agenda also included 
sponsorship of the Hoot n Hop, the 
Operatic Society, and the Wayne State 
Glee Club, 










































Seated : S. Petrusenko, J. Phaneuf, ft, Carron, B, Freictrteh. Standing: J, Desmarais, L Onn ben stock, N. Talbot, G, Fitzgibbon, 
j. McNamara, M. Fassel!. 

Radio Club 


Weekly programming and recording are among the performances of the 
Radio Cub, CKLW has allotted one hour a week to the U. of W. Club for pro¬ 
gramming done by these hard-working students. Interviews, commentaries, and 
other featured controversies make up the agenda, as they endeavour to keep 
students well informed on world-wide and focal news. 

In addition to this, we find the Radio Club performing yet another service 
to campus activities, in the form of recorded music for all the university dances. 
A club of tong standing, the Radio Club promises to carry on as the voice of the 
students in future years. 



Seated: J. Cook, A. Weber, Standing: Miss E. McLean, T. Smyth [Fres h J. Tyrrell, K. Monartfy, 


F, Southak. 


















Sodality 

The Sodality of Our 
Lady is active once a- 
gain this year. Under 
the capable direction of 
Fr. Murray, C.S.B., the 
girls strive for an inner 
strength whereby they 
may be an example of 
all their Christian ideals. 

Evening rosary, pre¬ 
paration of the altar, 
and priest's vestments, 
comprise the sodalist's 
duties. Both resident and 
Windsor students took 
advantage of a closed 
retreat at Oxley-House. 

Striving first for an in¬ 
ner goodness, a sodalist 
prays daily for strength, 
that she may teach and 
be taught goodness, dis¬ 
cipline, and knowledge. 



Teach Me Goodness 



Legion 
of Mary 


The Legion of Mary has 
as its purpose the sanctifi¬ 
cation of its members and, 
through their example, the 
sanctification of others. Un¬ 
der the direction of modera¬ 
tor, Father Weiler, C.S.B., 
the Legion has been revised 
this year to better suit the 
needs of the Catholic stu¬ 
dents on campus, as they 
strive to attain a personal 
and spiritual satisfaction in 
their everyday lives. 






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J. Parent, M. Petrasovic, W. Dodd, G. Guerinot, F. Hogan, C. DeCelles, Rev. Weiler C.S.B., J. Van- 
Linden. 














































































































iscipline and Knowledge 


Canterbury 


Club 


United Church 
Club 

It is a notable fact that people 
become bound closer together be- 
couse of their tight religious ties. 
Members of the United Church Club 
have accomplished the ideal of many 
in that they have become o dose 
group, and yet each member re¬ 
mains an individual. 

The purpose of the dub is to 
establish and keep this Intimate re¬ 
lationship, In a world so filled with 
other things religion is much too 
often neglected. The dub strives to 
encourage its members in their be¬ 
liefs and to strengthen their view¬ 
points On United Church low ond 
action. 


Open to all Anglican Stu¬ 
dents on campus, the Can¬ 
terbury Club Is small but 
active. Kept well informed 
concerning religious laws 
ond teachings of the Angli¬ 
can ministry, club members 
are enthusiastic about their 
faith. 


Guest speakers from lo¬ 
cal parishes are invited to 
speak at dub meetings and 
lively discussions follow. Al¬ 
ways eager to better them¬ 
selves, the members raised 
money this year through 
such ventures os bake sales 
in residence. Everything that 
they learn through the dub 
they try to exemplify In 
their daily lives. 


D. Woodall, H. Allworth, ft. Williams, M. Brown, P. Cooke, E. Day, G, Cooper. 


Front Row; $. 


Weber, D, Nelson, S. Russell, $. Lorenzen, J, Fox. Bock Row : K. Johnson, R. Sandford* 




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Ski Club 


The Ski Club, in Its 
second year of activity, E$ 
by far the largest and 
certainly one of the mast 
active clubs on campus. 

Aimed at providing be¬ 
ginners with the oppor¬ 
tunity of learning the art 
of skiing ond at the same 
time faced with the bleak 
forecast of tittle snow 
here in Windsor, the Ski 
Club this year offers Its 
members ski equipment* 
transportation, and loads 
of fun on ski slopes point¬ 
ing north. The climax of 
their schedule comes with 
the annual weekend trip 
to Col ling wood, a finale 
to a well-rounded and 
fun-filled timetable. 



1st Row: R. AMieki, C. Andruski, D. Wotson, V. McHugh, W. Wyszynski, A, Davidson, W. Stubgen, R, Griffin. 
2nd Row: L Corfi, R. Vigna, R, Ranahan, G. Chauvin, J. Dempsey, R. Dupuis* R. Look-kan. 3rd Row: F. J. Hart¬ 
ford, A. Johnston, 5. Nolan, D. Wlndischmann, L Sanderson, H. Coopman, T, Horsley, H. Janca. 4th Row: 
A, DesRosters, E. Potomski, R. Savehetz, J. Walton, F. Zurek, M. McGuire, J. Diem, M. Snaith, R r Merlo, P< Fitz¬ 
patrick, G. Blonde, J. Grant, G. Cooney, D. McNamara, P. Riforgiato. 



1st Row: L. Bocher, S, Makarevich, J. Noel, 5. Populin, C. Tufano, M. Brode, P. Ryan, L, Merlo, R. Erlandson, J. Sweeney, 2nd Row: 
R, Hall, C r Salvatore, M. Huxter, F. Kueber, V, McDonald, J. Hill, S. Murphy, S. Lorenzen, M. Senzel, J. Haffman, M. E. Lodouceur, L Khou 
hes sedan, 3rd Row: A. Lojeunesse, M, St. Aubin, B, Shaw, C. Comartm, M. Tiessen, M. Schenck, M. J. Sirok, P, Anderson, M. Petrasovic, 
j. Kuhl. 4th Row: A, Kainz, L. Lewlcki, R. Fischman, I. Reid, S. Chapman, R, leuteritz, D. Winch, 



































Bridge Club 



Card enthusiasts are readily 
invited to take part in the ac¬ 
tivities of the Bridge Club. A 
club for the simple social pleas¬ 
ure of playing bridge, its mem¬ 
bers learn the “whats’’ and 
“whys” of perhaps the most 
time-consuming hobby on cam¬ 
pus. Each member welcomes a 
new hand that he may test his 
skill and know-how. 



Debating 

Society 

Few students can afford 
not to be able to defend 
something they believe in. 
The debating society endea¬ 
vours to give its members 
several worthy tips on the 
art of eloquence. Using their 
intelligence and fighting 
spirit, the members debate 
on ambiguous points among 
themselves and are always 
willing to accept different 
approaches t o different 
problems. 


Seated: M. A. Martin, D. Soules, E. McMullen, D. Rosati. Standing: P. Clark (Pres.), B. Marry, 
nick, B. Lavers, E. Henderson, G. Bahrynowski, B. Johnston. 



L. Parent, M. Petrasovic, M. Ray, B. Wilson, V. VanHooydonk, J. Morand, J. Halfman, J. Kuhl, M. 
Reynolds (Pres.). 


Student 

Guide 


S. Weiler, E. Ewaschuk, P. Frasca, Mrs. C. Perry (Adviser), L Umbenstock (Editor), I. Kominar. 



One of the necessities 
and most useful compo¬ 
nents of a student s pos¬ 
sessions is the Student 
Guide. 

Working quickly and 
with enthusiasm, a few 
capable students under¬ 
take this immense task 
of compiling the stu¬ 
dent directory every 
year. This year, the 
Guide was exceptional¬ 
ly well done, with its 
smart binding and 
worked cover — an 
outstanding credit to a 
job well done. 






















M O Regan, D, Mady. L. Paienc 


Drama Club 


Under the direction of Mr, Kelly, the Drama Club 
has once again had a successful theatrical year. 
Two ploys Ring Round the Moon and Hamlet, were 
produced much to the enjoyment of Windsor audi¬ 
ences. 

Although the players ore amateurs, they show 
a brood professional interest in drama. When a 
play rs to be produced, it is not simply the actors 
that ore important. Scenery, lighting and prop men 
are also necessary to provide equipment used to 
complement the actors in the i ports. The Drama 
Club is an example ol an all-round effort to produce 
a genuine interest for all in the world of the theatre. 



Mr. Kelly pin ns the ne*r scene 
















































Crosswinds 


Keeping residence stu¬ 
dents up to date on the 
latest news, Crosswinds 
has set a precedent at 
the University of Wind¬ 
sor, Never before has 
there been a newspaper 
printed exclusively for 
resident students, and 
never before has such a 
newspaper been under 
the complete control of 
the students themselves* 
Welcoming articles of 
all varieties, Crosswinds 
has opened a new field 
of endeavour for inter¬ 
ested and aspiring writ¬ 
ers, and added another 
tradition to our campus 
in its first years as the 
University of Windsor* 



Residence 


Councils 


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Representing close to five hundred stu¬ 
dents on campus, the Residence Councils 
are an important group. The Men s Resi¬ 
dence Council, composed of boys from 
Cody and St, Michael's Hall, manages to 
provide all the necessities of residence 
fife — from a clean room once a week 
to new ironing board covers. And never 
let if be said that boys in residence be¬ 
come bored, for the M.R.C. provides 
them with many activities — from en¬ 
tertainment in the movie world to an 
interhouse basketball league. The Electa 
Hall Council also manages to give resi¬ 
dence girls the same comfortable living 
In the new and modern addition com¬ 
pleted just this year. 

Socials and fun-filled get-togethers 
are not uncommon between residences, 
and this com potability has been brought 
about, through the endeavours of both 
councils* 



Row 1: A. O'Rourke, M. Peabody* M. L. Schrot, J. McIntosh, H. Pacovsky, A. Boschetto. 
Row 2: E. Remitting, S. Honey, B, Call i s, D. Watson, R, Helger, N. Ciovarella, C. Provencano 
[Pres. M.R.C.J, M. J. Thorpe (Pres, Electa Hall}*, 

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The Lance 


Editorial Board 

J. Marand, C. Thibauft, J r Goyeciu, AA. Gerate, J, Trott, 0, Stracke. 


Mr, C, Tolnnie, C. AndrusM, D. Stracke, V. Pinke, j, Goyeau. 


The weekly newspaper of the University of Windsor, 
the Lance, provides staff, students, and interested by¬ 
standers with an opportunity to view campus activities. 
However, the Lance staff does not limit their copy to 
student affairs but strives also to keep students well 
informed and up to date on world affairs and inter* 
university events. 

Both student and professor interviews are not uncom¬ 
mon in the Lance, and letters of criticism as well as 
commendation are always welcomed by the staff as 
they try to build up new traditions af this new univer¬ 
sity. 


Or. J. N. Deck, Ph.D. 

Moderator 


Reporters 

Seated: P. Thibauft, I. Kominar, Standing: B, Dodd, C Solomchuk, M. Perctval, 
M. K. L'Heureux, C. Kwasnicki, R. McNair, P. Desmarois, E. Hundrey, L. 
Bacher, J. Noel, J. Beneteou. 







































L. Umben stock, D. Solaishis, L. Belanger, R. Weimer, R. Hefget, M. K. P, Tarioone, M, A. Marr, M. Samson, C Andruski, N. Barsanti, C Comuzzh 

L'Heureux, J< Wiley. 


Ambassador '64 


Before a yearbook can be presented to the students, 
it must be the closest thing to perfection. It is only with 
hard work, late nights, and much worry that the staff 
reaches their goat. Between the pages of the Ambassador 
'64, we have tried to present you with a little bit of 
yourself. The reward for our work wifi come in the future 
when each one opens our book and says, "Isn’t it great 
to look back? " Only then will we feel proud* 

It is our hope that the Ambassador '64 wilt exemplify 
the pride felt by the students of our new University of 
Windsor, and that it will stand as a fond remembrance 
of the former years at Assumption. 



Robert V. Wefmer 

Editor 


Top Row: D. Balaishis, M, Samson (Bottom}, J. Wiley, P. Toricone, M, A. Marr, M. K. I'Heureux, 
N. Barsanti, C Andruski, R, Weimer (Editor}, 



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WINDSORS FACULTY 


AND UNDERGRADUATES 




The University is a melting-pot, a great caul¬ 
dron of peoples, cultures, attitudes, and con¬ 
cepts. From the far-flung corners of the world 
come students to piece together bits of the past 
left by generations gone before in order to 
make some pattern for tomorrow. It is here that 
experience and reason take foot-holds in our 
lives, and here that we broaden our scope for 
what is to come. This is our legacy; our heritage; 
this is the University. 





















































































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Bottom Row: Rev. N, J. Ruth, C.S.B., Miss F. M. Roach, Dr* G. R. Horne, Rev. E. C. LeBei, C.S.B,, (President Chairman), Dr. F. A. DeMarco, Dr, H. P. 
Herbich, Second Row: Rev. A, J* Grant, C.S.B,, Dr, R t Helling, Rev, D. T, Fought, C.5.8., Rev. Canon Rayson, Prof. R, G. BilJinghurst, Prof. H + J. Tucker. 
Third Row: Prof. P. F. Flood, Mr. H. Witshire, Dr. A. A. Thibault, Dr, A. Gnyp, Prof. J. P. Hortt, Dr, E, W. Channen, Dr. W. G„ Phillips, Prof. H, R, Fletcher, 
Rev, L A. McCann, Dr. L, Krause, Very Rev. C. P. DeVine, Dr. K. Rutherford, Rev. D. J, Mulvihill, Dr. J, Huschilt, Miss B. H, Birch, Mr. W. F. Dollar, Prof 
W, G, Colborne, Absent: Rev. C. P. Crowley, C.S.B., Rev, E. C. Pappert, C.S.B,, Rev, E, J, McCorkell, C.S.B., Dr, M, Adelman, Rev, C. J, Drouilfard, C.S.B., 
Rev. J. M. Hussey, CS.B*, Rev, R. C. Fehr, C.S.B,, Rev. J. O Meara, Prof. W. White, Mr. A. T. G. Rocch, Mr. R, Pollard. 


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DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCE, 

Rev. N. J. Ruth, C.S.B. 


PRESIDENTS message 


My dear students: 

Greetings and best wishes to all the 
students in the new University of Windsor! 
Congratulations to the graduates who will 
be the first group to win the University of 
Windsor degrees. May goodness, discipline 
and knowledge be the foundation on which 
you build your future. 


Yours sincerely. 











































DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

Mr, John Devon, Miss Barbara Craig, Mr. Herbert Wilshire |director), Rev. Edward A. Roberts, C.S.B., 
Mr. Paul Gilmore, Miss Evelyn McLean. 


Dean of Graduate Studies, 
Rev. C. P. Crowley, C.5.B. 


ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 


CLASSICS DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Charles E. FontazzL Mr. William Felver, Rev. J. M. Hussey, C5.B. [Dept, Head), Rev, D, Macdonald, 
C.S.B., Dr. Elizabeth N. Buff. 


Rev. C. P. Crowley, C.S.6. 
[Dept. Head), Dr. John F. Sut- 
livan, Mr. Homer F, Plante, Dr* 
Eugene Lem ire, Dr. Strot'Husein 
Zuber, Rev. Robt. Flood, CS.B., 
Mr. Daniel P. Kelly, Miss Margo 
Wells, Miss Louise K. Smedick, 
Mr. Eugene McNomora 



































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GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENTS 

Mr. Anthony Blackburn, Rev. A. J. Weiler, C.S.B., Mr. Paul E. Vandall (dept, 
head). 


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

Dr. A. W. Gnyp, Dr. M. Adelman (Dept. Head), Dr. R. A. Stager, Mr. R. G. 
Billinghurst. 


PHYSICS DEPARTMENT 


Row 1 : Dr. Nigel E. Hedgecock, Dr. Lucjan Krause, Dr. D. S. Ainslie, Dr. R. A. 
Moore. Row 2: Dr. John Huschilt, Jr., Dr. A. Rae, Dr. A. V. Wijnogaarden, 
Dr. Edwin E. Habib. Dr. Frank Holvj. 



CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 

Mr. George Michalczuk, Mr. Jan. T. Laba, 
Dr. T. S. Wu, Dr. J. B. Kennedy, Dr. H. P. 
Herbich (Dept. Head), Mr. J. P. Hartt, Dr. 
Cameron Maclnais, Mr. Gerard Monforton, 
Mr. Cameron Montrose. 


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NURSING DEPARTMENT 


Miss Florence M. Roach (Dept. Head), Miss Leta Sanders, Miss Mary 
Malloy, Miss Ruth Ingram. 



CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. E. W. Channen, Dr. K. G. Rutherford (Dept. Head), Dr. G. W. Wood. Dr. R. J. Thibert. 
Rev. G. W. Kosicki, C.S.B., Dr. S. J. W. Price, Dr. W. J. Holland. 





BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Rev. J. Dougherty, C.S.B., Dr. W. G. Benedict, Mr. M. Petras, Mr. J. Winner, Rev. 
A. J. Grant, C.S.B. (Dept. Head), Dr. R. Doyle, Miss Gilliam Winner, Dr. D. T. N. 
Pillay, Dr. H. McCurdy. 


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MATH DEPARTMENT 

Rev, D. Faught, C.S.B., (Dept. Head), Mrs. J. Labute, Dr. A. Smith, Dr. C. Kassi- 
matis, Dr. E. Zakon, Dr. S. Verma, Mr. L. Artiaga, Dr. D. H. Smith, Mr. J. Labute, 
Rev. W. F. Nigh, C.S.B. 




MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 

Mr. George Babiy, Mr. W. G. Colbourne, Mr. K. Sridhar, Dr. Ing Rosenauer, 
Mr. Henry J. Tucker. 
























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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Dr. G. Horne, (Head], Mr. W, Hanson, Mr. j. Gerfz, Dr. M. Zin, Mr, P. Buchan, Dr, 

C Birch. 


HISTORY DEPARTMENT 

Above: Mr. Vukovtch, Mr. H. Wallace, Dr, K. Pryke, Rev, J. O'Meara, CS.B., Rev. D. 
Mulvihill, C,S.B, (Head), Dr. J. Farrell, Mr. G. McMahon, Rev. C. Rayson, Rev. F. 
Boland, CS.B. 


POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Z. M. Fallenbuchl, Dr. A, E, Kovaes, Mr. W, G. Gillen, Rev. J* Cal¬ 
laghan, CS.B,, Dr. P. McKenzie, Mr, W. L White, Dr. W, G. Phillips 
|Heod), Dr, E. D Briggs, left. 





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THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Below; Rev, Canon Rayson, Rev, John Murray, CS.B., Rev, John Fiore, 
CS.B,, Rev, L. A. McCann, CS,B. {Head), Rev. J. T. L. James, Rev, E. J, 
Crawley, CS.B., Rev. D. Egan, CSs.R. 


























































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PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. A. A. Smith, Mr. Myer Starr, Dr. V. B. Cervin, Rev. R. C. Fehr, C.S.B. (Head), Rev. J. A. Malone, 
C.S.B., Mr. J. E. Callaghan, Rev. M. A. Record, C.S.B. 


ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Below: Mr. David Cole, Dr. R. A. Helling (Head), Mr. John J. Bond. 



PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 


Back Row: Mr. Jerome Brown, Mr. J. R. Catan, Dr. F. Temple Kingston, Dr. Ralph Nelson, 
Mr. S. B. Cunningham, Rev. J. J. Keon, C.S.B. Front Row: Mr. P. F. Flood (Head), Dr. John 
Deck, Dr. Joseph Graham, Dr. Robert Pinto, Rev. L. A. Kennedy, C.S.B., Rev. P. Wilkinson. 



FINE ARTS 
DEPARTMENT 

Miss Evelyn McLean, 
Mr. Joseph Delauro 
(Head), Mr. Eugene 
Baker. 


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MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT 

Below — Back Row: Dr. V. Almazon, Mr. Basil Kingstone, Rev. R. S. 
Pazik, C.S.B., Mr. Walter Skakoon. Front Row: Dr. A. A. Thibault, 
Sister Pauline, S.NJ.M., Dr. Lillian McCarthy, Rev. C. J. Drouillard, 
C.S.B. (Head). 
































FRESHMAN 



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M. Chelap 
J + Cizek 



A, Cqlautli 
C. Coyie 


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C Hartford 
M. Helfrich 


J. Hunyady 
R. Janisse 


D. Kennedy 
G, Kuzak 


M. Lodouceur 
A, Lajeunesse 


M. Kwiatkowski 
AA, labadre 


S, Harnadek 
P, Ha rpe 


A, Holland 
G. Homer 


1\ Jakobszen 
L Kelly 


T. Malone 
M, Momolo 


V. Marcotte 
B. Marion 


D. McCourt 
B. McLeod 


M, Mctuhan 
D. McPhee 


B r McPherson 
J. Mokohon 


G, La tend res se 
N. Laurie 


E. Lewicki 
J, McCann 


J, Parent 
W. Parsons 


M. Nixon 
J. Noel 


Sr. C NoePo 
I, G Sullivan 


T, Morgan 
B. Morris 


J. Morris 
B. Nemeth 


M. Monck 
R. Morettin 


P, Markovich 
T* Morra 


L. Merlo 
R. Michel i 


CLASS OF ’67 


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jj! Art, Peabody 


Art. Perudhomme 





J, Von.Zoosi 
Sr. ft. Victoria 


CLASS 




D. PeHcus 
R. Pi If iter 



B. Vignc 
S. Wallace 


OF ’67 



F. Powell 
R. Primeau 


A, Pupulin 
K. Reynetl 


G, Ruckle 
R. Russette 


J Scandiffio 
B„ Scarf to 


P, Sdortino 
L. Seibenrck 


F. Sussex 
Art. Tonguay 


C Solomchuk 
J- Stonz 


L Tesorski 
P. Thiboult 


8. Sylvester 
T. Shakespeare 


Art. Skoob 
D. SEovik 


J. Westlake 
J. Wisniewski 


K. Whetstone 
D. Wolford 


P. Walton 
S, Watson 


J. Watson 
J. Weir 


A. Wood 
Art. Young 



F. Shady 
G r Shady 



R. Zanatta 
F. Zanutto 

















































P r Adams 
J. Alien 


J, Alien 
J. All worth 


N. Baldwin 
J, Bo lint 


A. Anderson 
W, Anderson 


M. Baillorgeon 
M, Boker 


S. Armstrong 
D. Ami II 


E, Babuln 
D. Badregon 




N. Borsanti 
N, Becker 


J. Barlow 
E. Barron 


H„ Bednarz 
J, Bembenuck 


J. Beneteau 
T, Berks 


SOPHOMORES 




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B, Doyle 
C Doyle 





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h Dubiel 
M, Dubois 


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X Donoghue 
J. Donohue 


F. DePauli 
C Deschenes 


j. Desmarais 
A. DesRosiers 


D. Diamantini 
T. Doepner 


J, Dempsey 
P. Denomme 


L Durnoulin 
E. Dunlop 


J. Dunn 
T. Dunne 


J. Duke 
j. Durnoulin 


D. Dudley 
K. Dufour 


N. Fot he ring ham 
6. Fox 


J. Fox 
C. Freeman 


D* Fortier 
R, Fortier 


P r Flanigan 
S. Fleming 


M. Fowdry 
J. Fisher 


CLASS 



J. Doucef 
R. Dove 



B Friedrich 
H. Freese 


OF ’66 





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S. Golem 
J Gallop 


S. Froese 
J. Frafrtofin 


M, Fuerth 
T. Gaffney 


J. Grant 
N. Gray 


M* Greaves 
R- Griffin 


J, Grise 
T. Halford 


R Hewitt 
B. Hill 


C. Hiadmarsh 
B. Hodges 


F. Hogan 
j, Hogan 


CLASS OF ! 66 



J, Gatfield 
M, Gauge! 


0, Holmes 
H. Holton 


S. Honey 
H. Horneck 



W. Gtl 

G. Gornouvei 


L. Hatch 
B. H e I ge t 


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H, Hands 
D. Harris 





J. Gayeau 
I. Graef 


f. Herage 
SC Hernrman 


S, Hunt 
M. Huxter 


G. Horner 
D, Hotchkiss 


AA. HoweN 
1. Hundey 














































"5 



R. Innocente 


B. Ivosevich 




M. Istephan 
S. Jackson 


P. James 
J. Jamula 



S. Jarovi 
G. Jenkins 


G. Johnson 
R. Johnson 





R. Johnson 
B. Jubenville 




















H. La I on d 
0. La march 


H. Lamp 
K. Landry 






H, Lewis 
M, Livingstone 


Sr, M,E. Loggie 
R. Look'Kon 




C. MacMillan 
6. McAdam 


E. McAufiffe 
B, McCabe 


CLASS OF ’66 




A. Lang 
A. Lang 



S. toranger 
S. Lorenzen 




D, McCarthy 
t. McDermott 




H. Laud re 
R. Lazarus 




M. Lori 
G, Luedoeke 





M. McDonald 
M, McGarvey 



M. Levay 
G. Lewis 


M. Lyons 
G, MacCoubrey 


H. MacDonald 
L MacKay 


I. McLeod 
i, McLeod 


J. McGee 
M. McGuire 



J + MacKenzie 
R. MacKinnon 














































D. Masterson 
C Mat he 




R. Matthews 
A. Mazzuchin 



A, McMillan 
D. McNamara 


S. Maerztufr 
S. Makarevka 


P. McNamara 
D. McWha 


L Menard 
J, Mickle 


K. Milburn 
G. Minello 


S. Meieg 
L. Meloche 


A, Madryl 
W, Mug ford 


0. Morettin 
E, Morgan 


S> Morgan 
A. MorO 



S. Murphy 
S, Murray 


J, Neilson 
L Newman 




F. Marfer 
D Morschback 



T Moore 
R. Moreau 




J, Noel 
0. Nolap 


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W. Poston us 
W, Pecoski 







CLASS 

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P. Pemberton 
M. Perciv/ol 


OF ’66 



A. Osmun 
G. Ouellette 


P, O'Donnell 
H. O'Neill 


5, Nolan 
K, Oakley 


D. Orange 
J. Osborne 


$- Petrusenko 
J. Phaneuf 


M. Petrasovic 
G. Petrunik 


L Pickard 
V. Pistor 


R\ Quenneville 
W, Quigley 


B, Quinlan 
0, Ramdorsingh 


B. Purius 
G, Queen 


B. Primeau 
N. Prystanski 





L Parent 
G, Pa risotto 



J. Poupore 
M. Preie 




R. Randall 
R. Reardon 


P. Reforgiato 
H. Regts 



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D, Reinhart 



D. Rounding 
J. Roy 



C Sharon 
J. Sheehan 


£ 




M. Smith 
B, Speirs 


S. Shivas 
L Siebert 


H. Silka 
A r Simon 


B. Simon 
J, Simon 


B. Sinclair 
D. Skoyles 


j, Rennie 
R, Renzint 


R. Robinson 
L Rock 


J, Roberts 
B. Robinson 


M. Roy 
L Rozich 


B, RucH 
R, Rutherford 


R r Sondor 
R, Savchetz 



F 


B. Seidewand 
B, Semeniuk 



S. Seaton 
P, Shock let on 


CLASS OF ’66 








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M. Taylor H A. Teleban G. Thompson 

S. Taylor H J. Tellier G. Thomson 




J. Tonellato 
R. Touchie 


R. Tousignant 
R. Trepanier 


M. Tiessen 
S. Trudeau 































































J. VanKessel 
J. Vonlrnden 



D, Tupting 



R, Turner 
8, Twenty 



T. VonStrydonck 
P. VanWafteghem 



A. Vargo 
I, Voselenuick 





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K. Westfall 
V. Wetick 



G. Whitaker 
A. Wickens 



p L Wiebe 
ft, Wiens 



J. Wojewoda K. Woodall 

D Womack ft. Wright 


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H. Veel S. Vrdler G, Vollons 

V. Velio P. Villani P. Waier 






















JUNIORS 



A. Aylett 
B. Bochond 



J. Baker 
D. Balaishis 
























































P. Bondy 
J,Bonner 




N. Bhumgara 
F, Biddle 


B. Beneteau 
J. Bevacqua 


J. Black 
J. Blockshaw 


B. Bishop 
S. Blair 


S. Blackshaw 
R. Blizthuk 


0, Blonde 
G. Blonde 


A, Broeders 
R, Brown 


C Burgos 
G. Caldwell 


AA . Brode 
M. Brodsky 


j r Callahan 
L. Calvert 


L Bosen 
P. Boudreau 


J. Brea ton 
L. Brightmore 


M. Gilts 
G. Cimino 


G. Cecile 
S. Chauvin 


G. Chick 
B, Chittick 


0. Carter 

L. Carlt 


S, Cose 
R. Coverzan 



W. Blonde 
P. Bolger 



L Cameron 
L. Carton! 




CLASS OF 65 












































































J. Girardin 
M. Gfosrer 



j. Grossuni 
R, Grovel ine 



G. Norris 
F. Hartford 


A. Godin 
R. GoJetski 



M. Gnjficlch 
F. Guerrasio 


S. Hassett 
B. Heath 


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D, Gordon 
A. Gorek 


0. Gonsalves 
G. Goodwin 


D. Goulin 
E> Gray 




M. Hamilton 
C. Haneox 


T, Haberer 
P. Halford 


}. Guertin 
J. Guiry 


l Hexef 
H, Heyn 


B. Henderson 
R. Herbst 


B. Heath 
E. Henderson 


CLASS OF '65 























































































K, MocDonold 
T. MocKenzie 


R. Losole 
J, Loudon 


J, Loebach 
K. Long 


W, Lewchyshyn 
M. JC t Heureux 


L. Lecouteur 
C Lemon 


N. LoVoie 
D. leach 


D. McArthur 
J, McCoy 


L, MacKie 
P. MocNeil 


V. Mancinelh 
K. Mandzak 


G Manser 
M, Mortin 


R, Malickt 
F. Mallot 


J. Madden 
L, Maguire 


E. McMath 
G. McNeil 


N- McLean 
P. McLean 


J. McIntosh 
D. Me Keen 


D. McCready 
G. McHugh 


CLASS 


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G. O Keefe 
T. O'Neill 



D. Mastronardi 
B. Matthews 




M. Ong 
P. Oprica 


M. Mattson 
M. Malconian 



CLASS OF ’65 




T. Parsons S. Payne 

B. Paul R. Penfold 


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Back Row: Daniel Vernelli, TEm McDonald, Gerry Vamare, Kevin Doran, Grant O'Connor, Gordon 
Walker, Martin Girosh. Front Row: Murroy Hiebert, Gerry Drouillord, William Britton, William Riegel, 
Michael Belliveau. 


Basilian Scholastics 





Sock Row: David Wing, Tom Murphy, Edwin Miller, Robert Seguin, Frank TortoHce, Ronald Stephens. 
Front Row: Robert Johnson, Patrick Kelly, Frederick KillaEre, Dennis Gruenwald, David Armstrong. 




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Brothers Ivan, Duane, Hugh, Andres, Carl, Simon, Colin, Keith, Warren, Brendan, Rene, Bruce, 


Christian 

Brothers 



Brothers Earl, Timothy, Guy, Joachim, Paul, Dougfas, Barry, Remi, Anselm, 
Terrance, and Girard. 


Redempterists 



































WINDSORS GRADUATES 


First the bewilderment of a freshman, the 
assurci n« of a sophomore, the diligence of a 
junior, and suddenly four years have passed. 
Four years have disappeared which have seen 
disappointment, victory, and endless reaction 
of growth and maturation. Four years have gone 
that dragged interminably In thought, but fled 
swiftly in reality. Not all the answers are solved, 
not all the questions answered. But a new con¬ 
fidence, a mature belief, and pride of accomp¬ 
lishment equip the senior for whatever lies be¬ 
yond. 




































































Harlene Allchin, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


William Allgeyer, B.A* 

Detroit, Mich. 




Dale Atrens, B.A. 

Leamington, Ont. 



Marcel Beaubien, C.Ss. R., B.A. 

Winnipeg. Men. 



William 0. D. Awomoyi, B.A. 

Ekiti, Nigeria 




Sharon Belisle, B.A. 

South Porcupine, Ont. 



William Ambler, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Joseph Arbuckle, B.A. 

Toronto* Ont. 



Ronald Bumes, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Larry Bell, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Faculty of Arts 



Carole Andruski, B.A. 

Fort Will Earn, Ont, 



Dennis Atkinson, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Patrick Be Neman, B.A. 

Detroit, Mich. 












































Michael Belliveau, C.S.B., B.A. 

Willowdale, Ont. 


Gerald Black, B.A. 

Brantford, Ont. 


Laura Blute, (Hon.) B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Peter Bond, B.A. 

Rochester, N.Y. 





Joe Bourdeau, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


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Frank Burke, B.A. 

Toronto, Ont. 




Andrew Boyd, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Ken Brockbanks, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Wilfred Burke, B.A. 

River Rouge, Mich. 




William Brown, B.A. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



Peter Butler, B.A. 

Chatham, Ont. 



Melvin Brunet, B.A. 

River Canard, Ont. 



Jack Byng, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


1964 


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Andrew Cal Iodine, B.A. 

Toronto, Ont. 



Catherine Comuzzt, B.A. 

Port Arthur, Ont. 



Jack Cunningham, B.A. 

Hamilton, Ont. 



Susan Chapman, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Stuart Cruickshank, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Elizabeth Day, B.A. 

Riverside, Ont, 


Faculty of Arts 




Edward Cantor, B.A. 

Leamington, Ont. 


Dorothy Chaseley, B.A, 

Sells River, Ont. 



Marcel Chabot (Hon.), B.A. 

Toronto, Ont, 



John Coleman, B.A. 

Weston, Ont. 


























































Gerald DeJohn, B.A. 

Rochester, N Y. 



Paulette Desjarlais, B.A< 

Grand Blanc, Mich, 



Charles Delaney, C.5.B., B,A. 

Windsor, Ont 



Patricia Desmarais, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 




Philip Della Valle (Han.), B.A. 

Welland, Qnr. 



Lix Dettman, B.A. 

Ste. Rose, Gue, 



Terry Devlin, B.A. 

Quebec Ci lv- Que. 



Thomas Doyle, C.Ss.R., B.A* 

Toronto, Ont. 



(Hon*), B.A. 

Riverside, Ofit. 





Patricia DiBtase, B.A* 

Rochester, N Y. 



Linda Durocher, B.A., 

Sandwich East* Ont. 




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Roth Fortier, B.A* 

Henri Levis, Que. 


Patsy George, B.A. 

Kero I a, India 


Faculty of Arts 



Michael Fassel, B.A. 

Toronto, Ont. 



Jim Flynn, B.A* 

Peterborough, Ont. 



Jo-Anne Gillespie, B.A* 

Windsor, Onr* 



Robert Erlandson, B.A. 

Lowry, Winn, 



Bill Fedthun, B.A* 

Windsor, Ont. 



Mary-Jo Gleeson, B.A, 

Leamington, Ont, 






















































Gerald Glovasky, B.A. 

Tecumseh, Ont. 



David Gray, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Ethel Halyung, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Gabriella Gombai, B A. 

Windsor,, Ont. 



Mary Grzegochi, B.A* 

Hamilton, Ont. 



Jim Hadden, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Bob Hanson, B,A. 

Riverside, Ont. 



Martha Gosling, B.A, 

Rochester, N Y. 


Raymond Gosseltn, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 














William L. Hadley, B A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Michael Hayes, B A. 

Rochester, NY. 



Hiroko Hagiwara, B.A. 

Tokyo, Japan 



Lorraine HegJand, B.A. 

Edmonton, Alto. 


1964 


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Tom Henderson, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Carole Ingalls, 8.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Keith Johnson, B.A* 

Kingsville, Ont, 



Charles Herniman, B.A. 

Harrow, Ont. 



Barbara Hill, B.A* 

Detroit, Mich. 



Dan Jason, B.A, 

Welland, Ont, 



Jane-Ann Jozsa, B.A. 

Fonthili, Ont. 


Faculty of Arts 



David Mersey, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Barbara Heather, B.A. 

Kingsville, Ont. 



Gloria Hewos (Hon.) B.A. 

Windsor, Ont, 



Fred Hughes, B.A, 

Rochester, Nt,Y, 






















































Joseph Kelly, B.A. 

New Liskeard, Ont. 



Gord Kirk, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



LaVerne V. Kennedy, B.A. 

Centerville, Ont. 



Irene Kominar, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Judy Kowcinak, B.A. 

Sarnia, Ont. 




James Kolb, B.A. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



Brother Terrance, B.A. 

Sheho, Sask. 



Doris Kreutzer (Hon.), B.A. 

Riverside, Ont. 



Claudia Kwasnicki, B.A. 

Amherstburg, Ont. 




James Kesselring, B.A. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



Virginia Kricfalusi, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Sister Antoinette, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


1964 
































Thomas R. Laver, 
CSs.R., B.A. 

Guelph, Ont. 


Katherine LePage, B.A, 

Windsor, On1\ 


Faculty of Arts 


Donald C MacDonald, C.Ss.R., B.A. 

Gloce Bay, N.S. 


Carmen McArthur, B.A. 

Chuquitamafa, Chile 


Patrick McDonald, C.Ss.R., B.A. 

Calgary, Alta. 


Fredrick McNair (Han.), B.A, 

Sornia, Ont. 


James A. Loiacono, B.A, 

Rochester, N.Y. 


Gerald McNorgan, C.Ss.R., B.A, 

London, Ont. 


Brother Timothy, B.A. 

Montreal, Que. 


Jerry leRoy, B.A. 

Birmingham, Mich. 


Mary Ann McDonald, B.A. 

Ancasrer, Ont, 


Donald Lukie, C.Ss.R, B.A. 

Grandview, Man, 


Melanie Lind, (Hon.), B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


































































Brother Douglas, B.A. 

Pembroke, Ont. 



Michael Melega, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Maurice Matassa, (Hon.), B.A. 

Leamington, Ont. 





Joseph Michalchyshyn, C.Ss.R., B.A. David Miller, B.A. 

Winnipeg, Man. Tbamesville, Ont. 



Jacqueline Meharry, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Edwin Miller, C.S.B., B.A. 

Rochester, N Y. 






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Terry Miller, B*A, 

Toronto, Ont. 


Danny Moran, 8.A. 

Toronto, Ont, 




Ken Monarify, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Melvin Muroff, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Ronald Nadeau, C.Ss.R,, B.A, 

St. John, N.B. 


Geraldine Myron, B.A. 

Detroit, Mich, 



Irene Namespetra, B.A. 

Essex, Ont. 


Faculty of Arts 




John Morand, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont, 


Susan Morand, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 




John Moylan, B.A. 

Rochester, N Y. 


Ronald Munro, B.A. 

Islington, Ont. 


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Robert Nesbitt, B.A. 

Riverside, Ont 



Isabelle Nunztato, B.A, 

Hamilton, On!, 



Nick Palenehuk, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Barbara O’Neil, B.A. 

Chatham, Ont. 



Alexandra Pazitch r B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Brian Nolan, iHon.) B,A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Peter Oprica, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont, 



Sister Ann Beatrice, B.A, 

Lasalle, Ont. 



Lionel Peltier, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Irene Novosad, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Saverio Pagliuso, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont, 



Joseph Peroutka, {Hon.}, B.A. 

Maidstone, Ont. 


1964 


























Walter Petryshyn, B.A. 

Mozart, Sosk, 


Ed Petryshyn, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont, 





Michael Pfaff, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Louis Pocock, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Richard Renaud, B.A. 

Riverside, Ont. 




Valerie Pinke, (Hon.), B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Janet Pracey, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Ida Rhoads, B.A. 

Woodsley, Ont. 


Mary Lyle Rivard, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Yvette Roberge, B.A. 

Lorder Lake, Ont, 


Paul Rocus, B.A. 

Dearborn, Mich, 


Faculty of Arts 
























































Ann Roth, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Ruth Sileox, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 




Sharron Russell, B A. 

Chatham, Ont, 



John Sawatzky, B.A. 

Leamington, Om. 



Tom Scheuerman, B.A. 

Detroit, Mich, 



James Sempowski, B.A. 

Birmingham, Mich. 



Gloria Sapena, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 




Patricia Smith, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Tony Smyth, (Hon.), B.A. 

Newmarket, Ont. 
















1964 


























Joan Spinks, B,A* 

Leamington, Ont. 



Lillian Sykora, B.A. 

Kenora, Gnt. 



Maurice Tbiheault, B.A. 

Windsor Ont. 


Faculty 



Ingrid Stahl, B.A. 

Riverside, Ont. 



John J. Stuekart, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Pat Tarieone, B.A. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



Gordon Thomson, B A* 

Toronto, Ont. 



Patricia Stamp, B.A, 

Kingston, Jamaica 



Betty Ann Sutherland, B.A. 

St. John s, Nfld, 



Catherine Stark, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont. 



George Sutton, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont* 



Mary Jane Thorpe, B.A, 

Sarnia, Ont, 


Bryan Trothen, B.A, 

Windsor, Ont, 



:>f Arts 














































John Trott, (Hon.), B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Leonard Varrasso, B.A. 

Hamilton, Ont. 



Donald Wodkowski, B.A. 

Dearborn Hts., Mich. 



Brother Anselm, B.A. 

Scarborough, Ont. 



Brian Vernon, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Gary Wortley, B.A. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Jerry Uhrin, B.A. 

Kingsville, Ont. 



Bruce Waechter, B.A. 

Walkerton, Ont. 



Rosemary Weiler, B.A. 

Mildmay, Ont. 



Joseph Yagar, B.A. 

Chippewa. Ont. 



Edmond Valin, B.A. 

Toronto, Ont. 



Robert Williams, B.A, 

Riverside, Ont. 



Eugenia Yuen Chi Yu, B.A. 

Toronto, Ont. 


1964 












Lutz Bacher, R. Comm. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Colin D’Arcy, B. Comm, 

Port of Spain, Trinidad 



Wayne Beger, R. Comm. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Ray Bettridge, B. Comm. 

St. Mary's, Ont. 




Frank Burns, B. Comm. {Gen.) 

Toronto, Ont. 



Walter Enns, B. Comm, 

Leamington, Ont. 


Lawrence Gardiner, B. Comm. 

Amherstburg, Ont. 




Mike HacksHaw, B. Comm. 

Cascade, Trinidad 


James Hales, B. Comm. 

Chatham, Ont. 


Tom Hurley, B, Comm, 

Windsor, Ont. 


Mirko Komlenovich, B. Comm. 

Amherstburg, Ont. 


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Edward Kowalski, B, Comm. 

Windsor. Ont. 


Richard Langs, B, Comm, 

Riverside, Ont, 


Robert Lysy f B. Comm. 

Windsor, Ont. 


John Mitchell, B, Comm, 

Windsor, Ont, 





Renzo Orlando, B, Comm, 

Windsor, Ont, 



Silvio Pettovef, B. Comm, 

Windsor, Ont. 



John Piron, B, Comm, 

Riverside, Ont. 





Paul Thomson, B. Comm, 

Windsor, Ont. 


Harry Wasylyk, B. Comm. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Douglas Pearson, B. Comm, 

Riverside, Ont. 



Max Pierce, B. Comm, 

St. Catharines, Ont, 



George Yaworsky, B. Comm. 

Windsor, Ont. 


1964 


































Mathew Baumgartner, B.A., Sc. Adam Baziw, B.A., Sc, 

Windsor, Ont, Windsor, Gnf. 




Ronald Bums, B.A., St. 

Amberstburg, Ont 


James Campbell, B.A., Sc. 

Spanish, Ont. 





Gus Candida, B.A., Sc. 

Fort William, Ont. 



J. H. Evans, B.A., Sc. 

Norrie, Oue, 



Ronald Carducci, B.A., Sc. 

Rochester, N.Y. 



Ken Evans, B.A. r Sc. 

Paris, Ont. 



lorrin Gale, B.A., Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Thomas D, Gordon, B.A., Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Frank Harnadek, B.A., Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Claude Kerr, B.A,, Sc. 

Little Current, Ont. 


Faculty of Applied Science 













































































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John Kinik, B.A., 5c. 

Kingsville, Qnt. 



Joe Loebach, B.A,, 5c. 

Woodsley, Ont. 



Art Marsh, B.A., 5c, 

Moo retown, Ont. 



Roger Primeau, B,A., Sc, 

Windsor, Qnt, 


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Tom Kurtz, B.A,, Sc. 

Mount Albert, Ont. 



Leo McElhorte, B.A,, Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Naswar Naxaruddin, B.A., Sc. 

Bandung, Indonesia 



Robert Rartahan, B.A., Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Raymond Kwok, B.A., Sc, 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 



Larry Liebrock, B.A., Sc. 

Wheatley. Ont 












Richard Nosella, B.A., Sc. 

Riverside, Ont, 



Frank Reaume, B.A., Sc. 

St. Clair Beach, Ont. 



Louis Ozbolt, 8.A., Sc. 

Port Arthur, Ont. 



Roger Roy, B.A., Sc, 

Tecumseh. Ont. 

1964 










































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Gordon T. Sanderson, B.A., Sc. 

Peterborough, Ont. 



George Slaney, B.A., Sc. 

Leomingfon, Ont. 


John Untch, B.A., Sc. 

Learning ton, Ont. 


Felix Wai, B.A., Sc. 

Scarborough, Ont. 



Ron Simpson, B.A., Sc. 

Cotta m, Ont, 



Trevor Wright, B.A. f Sc. 

Windsor, Ont, 



Robert Annett, B,Sc. (Hon.) 

Windsor, Ont, 



Don Balkwill, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Robert Bauer, B.Sc. 

Rochester, N.Y, 


Mauro Berretto, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Windsor, Ont. 


School of Business Administration 

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Lome Brcmdes, B.Sc, 

Windsor, Ont, 



William D. Clark, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Sandwich East, Qnt, 



Barton Coxon, B.Sc. 

Windsor* Qnt. 



Yvonne D’Hondt, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Hermine Coopman, B.Sc. 

Blenheim, Ont 



Lynn Desjarlals, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont, 


William Courtier, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Riverside, Ont, 



Brother Rene, B.Sc. 

Scarborough, Ont. 



Ian Crawford, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Windsor, Ont, 



Barbara DeWitte, B.Sc. 

Detroit, Mich. 



Suellen Duchesne, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


School of Nursing 




















Ralph Gault, B.Sc. (Hon-) 

Rivarsi de, Ont. 



T. Jesse Gerard, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Gary Ingalls, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont, 



David ICiszkiss, B.Sc* 

Rochester, N.Y. 


Benny Giglio, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Wayne Gruber, B.Sc. 

St. Catharines, Ont. 




Laraine James, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Robert Johnson, C.5.B., B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Grasse Isle, Mkh. 



William Kostyniuk, B.Sc, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Eleanor Kresack, B.Sc, (Hon.) 

Fort William, Ont. 


Faculty of Pure Science 





Brother Hugh, B,5e. 

Montreal, Qoe. 



Richard Hornick, B.Sc, 

Windsor, Ont. 



Patrick Kelly, C.S.B,, B.Sc, 

Calgary, Alta. 



Brother Ivan, B.Sc, 

Scarborough, Ont. 































































Francis Lemire, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Windsor, Ont. 



George Mitrovich, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Brother Bruce, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Windsor, Ont. 



Dominic Ruscio, B.Sc. 

Rochester, N.Y. 




Margaret Lemon, B.Sc. 

Morrisburg, Ont. 



George Nickson, B.Sc. 

Detroit, Mich. 



Robert Potvin, B.Sc. 

Timmins, Ont. 



Mary McLeod, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Phyllis Petersen, B.Sc. 

Dalhousie, N B 



John Reimer, B.Sc. 

Wheatley, Ont. 




Verne Mandolesi, B.Sc. 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 



Paul Piraino, B.Sc. 

Niagara Falls, Ont. 



Ralph Rochon, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Steve Sales, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 




1964 

























Robert Seguin, G5.B., B/Sc. (Hon 

Detroit, Mich 


Brother Earl, B.Sc* 

Scorborough, Ont. 


Robert Sperandio, B.Sc, 

Rochester, N.Y, 


Walter Stubgen, B.Sc. 

Sung ton, Ont. 


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Andrew Small, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Om. 



Shirley Wambeke, B.Sc. 

Wood si ey. Ont. 



Michael Smith, B.Sc. (Hon.) 

Kingsville, Ont. 



Doug Winch, B.Sc. 

Riverside, Ont. 



Gunther Wolf, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Stewart Wolf, B.Sc, 

Windsor, Ont. 


John Yaciuk, B.Sc. 

Windsor, Ont. 


Edward Zuber r B,Se, 

Windsor, Ont, 


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Faculty of Pure Science 




































































Sharon Cunningham, Dip.Nsg. Ad. 

Harrow, Ont. 


Gertrude Currie, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Woodstock, Ont. 


Norma Davis, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

Burford, Ont. 



Bernice Jensen, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Guelph, Ont. 



Barbara Brydges, Dip. Nsg. Ed. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Valentine Dubrovskis, Dip.Nsg.Ad. 

Toronto, Ont. 



Gordon Hardwick, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Hamilton, Ont. 



Sylvia Keeping, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

London, Ont. 























Helen Lucter, Dip.Nsg.Ed, 

Wo Mace burg, Ont. 



Donna Mater, S.O.S. 

Windsor, Ont, 



Jeanne Moore, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Brantford, Ont, 


School 



Virginia McDonald, Dip.NsgEd. 

Almonte, Ont, 



Anna MacMillan, Dip.NsgEd, 

Sudbury, Ont. 


Maureen Maguire, Dip.Nsg.Ed 

Semans, Sask, 




Lerka Marohnic, Dip.Nsg.Ad. 

Toronto, Ont. 


Stella Mashtaler, Dip.HIth.Nsg. Donna Mereshka, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

FalMs, Alto, Windsor, Ont. 





Eleanor Muncaster, Dip.Nsg.Ad, 

Sagir Ste. Marie, Ont. 


Barbara Ann Peeo, S.O.S* 

Chatham, Ont T 


Sister Adrienne Pelletier, S.O.S, 

Toronto, Ont. 


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Sister Evelyn, Dip.Nsg,Ad. 

Kitchener, Oni\ 





Anne Schwab, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Kitchener, Ont. 



Joan Spray, Dip.Nsg.Ed, 

Riverside, Ont. 



Sister Grace Isabel S.O.S. 

Burlington, Vt, 



Brenda Robins, Dip.Nsg. Ad. 

Brantford, Ont. 



Louise Serabian, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

Brantford, Ont. 



Margaret Suffield, S.O.S. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Marion Welsh, Dip.Nsg.Ad. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Leo Ryan, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

St. Catharines, Ont. 



Eunice Sinclair, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Janice Thurlow, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

Windsor, Ont. 



Loretta Wojcik, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

Kitchener, Ont. 



Shirley Smith, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 

Burlington, Ont. 



Margaret Tourangeau, Dip.Nsg.Ad. 

Amherstburg. Ont, 



Audrey Young, Dip.HIth.Nsg. 

O ideas tie, Ontario. 


1964 
































ancellor 


. , , The Most Reverend John C Cody, 
Bishop of London and Chancellor of the 
University of Windsor. 

Assumption University, and now the 
University of Windsor will gratefully re¬ 
member his keen interest in our develop¬ 
ing university. He was first Chancellor 
of Assumption University and was una¬ 
nimously chosen by the Board of Gov¬ 
ernors to be the first Chancellor of the 
non-denominational University of Wind¬ 
sor. Not only did he contribute materially 
to the support of our financial campaigns 
but he transferred to the Basilian Fathers 
the title to more than half the land now 
occupied by the University, Moreover, 
he, along with the Anglican Bishop of 
Huron, Bishop George Luxton, D.D,, was 
responsible for the unique affiliation of 
the Anglican Canterbury College with 
the Roman Catholic Assumption Univer¬ 
sity in 1957. 














University of Windsor 


ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY 

CANTERBURY COLLEGE — HOLY REDEEMER COLLEGE 
IONA COLLEGE 

COURSES OFFERED 
1964 - 1965 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering. 

MASTER OF ARTS in Economics, English, History, Philosophy, Political Science, 
Psychology* 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MASTER OF SCIENCE, in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics. 

MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE* 

BACHELOR OF ARTS (Honours Course) with major in Economics and Political 
Science, English Language and Literature, English and French, English and 
Spanish, French and Spanish, English and Philosophy, English and History, 
History (Economics option or Philosophy option), Mathematics, Philosophy 
and Psychology, Psychofogy, Philosophy (Science option), Psychology and 
Science. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS (General Course) with major in Economics, English, French, 
Geography, History, Home Economics, Latin, Mathematics, Modern langu¬ 
ages, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Knowledge, Soci¬ 
ology, Spanish. 

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (Honours Business Administration). 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (Honours Course) with major in Biochemistry, Biology, 
Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Physics, Mathematics and 
Physics. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (General Course) with major in Biology, Chemistry, Math¬ 
ematics, Physics. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING, with major in Nursing Education, Public 
Health Nursing, Nursing Service Administration. 

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE (Engineering) — Degrees in Chemical, Civil, 
Electrical, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Science (Engineering Physics). 

BACHELOR OF SACRED THEOLOGY (through Assumption University). 

DIPLOMA COURSES in Management, Nursing Education, Public Health Nursing, 
Nursing Service Administration, Certificate in Business Administration, Cer¬ 
tificate in Public Admmistraton. 

COURSES In Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy. 














Craftsmanship in Construction 

Fine buildings reflect the crafts and the skills of the men who build them. That is why you will always 
find top-notch tradesmen and supervision on Eastern projects. 

We specialize in industrial, commercial and institutional construction and have a staff of civil and 
mechanical engineers to supervise this work. When your building plans are marked “rush with care" 
consult Eastern. We build throughout Southern Ontario. 



EASTERN CONSTRUCTION 

_ COMPANY LI M ITKD _ 

TORONTO WINDSOR 
























IMPACT 

*Sixty years ago Ford of Canada began building 
automobiles and trucks. 

Since then many hundreds of thousands of high school 
and university graduates have become Ford owners. 

Their steadily-mounting preference for Ford products 
has contributed significantly to the impact on our 
national growth of this important Canadian industrial 
achievement. 

During 1964 , Ford of Canada is observing its 60 th 
anniversary. 


*/n its first year of existence 
Ford of Canada built 11 7 automobiles. 
In 1964, Ford of Canada will build 
in excess of 175,000 vehicles. 













THE ATTAINMENT TO KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THE DISCIPLINES OF STUDY 
IS THE GOAL OF ALL THOSE WHO ASPIRE TO HIGHER EDUCATION 

THE WISE GUIDANCE OF THESE ASPIRATIONS IS THE DEDICATED DUTY OF 
THE EDUCATOR. 

THE AIM AND THE MEANS TO ITS GRATIFICATION ARE BROUGHT TOGETHER 
IN WINDSOR S OWN UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR. 

WINDSOR IS A BETTER CITY BECAUSE OF THE UNIVERSITY. 


THE WINDSOR UTILITIES COMMISSION 














J. P. THOMSON 

ASSOCIATES — ARCHITECTS 

Best Wishes from 

BA RTLET'S 

BARTLET MACDONALD & GOW LTD. 

Windsor s Dependable Department Store 

Ouellette Avenue CL 4-2551 

Compliments of 

SPORTLAND 

Vern H. Pills worth Ltd. 

70 Chatham W. 253-9092 

Compliments of 

MARENTETTE'S BOOK STORE 

129 Ouellette 

CL 3-8992 

ADRIENS COFFEE SHOP 

The Home of Good Foods 

198 Pitt Street West Phone CL 4-6617 

TENO'S TOGGERY 

LEO. TENO 

Windsor Ontario 

CAMPUS RECREATION 

2505 Wyandotte W. 

Dial CL 6-3571 

PEKAR'S 

RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN 
& RIVERSIDE GRILL 

RESTAURANT 

DELICATESSEN 

CL 2-1186 754 Ouellette 

BAUM & BRODY LIMITED 

FURNITURE—RUGS—LINOLEUMS 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

CL 3-3547 156 Chatham St. W. 

Buy With Confidence On Easy Terms 

A. J. GERVAIS FURS LTD. 

Known for Fine Furs 

RESTYLING — CLEANING 

Exclusive but not Expensive 

Guaranteed Cold Storage' on the Premises 

CL 3-2111 762 Ouellette 

ARPIN FUR CO. 

CL 3-5612 484 Pelissier St. 

F. E. DAYUS COMPANY 

BONDED ROOFING 

2465 Howard CL 4-7571 

WINDSOR PACKER'S COMPANY LTD. 

REGAL BRAND 

PHONE Cl 4-7581 

Tecumseh Road at Wellington Street 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SPOTLESS CLEANERS 

7468 University Ave., W. CL 2-1103 

WINDSOR'S LOWEST PRICED SERVICES 

NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR A RADIUS OF 135 MILES 

GUjappl af fUpmnrtPB 

IFunwral j$»rnttr? 

CtftjarlpH S. lElltBmt IGtmitpb 

659 VICTORIA AVENUE CL 3-8555 

CL 3-6337 

HOcml! (Sivo^jiatf- 
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766 OUELLETTE 




















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TRIANGLE CONTRACTING CO. LTD. 

Steel Erectors—Building Contractors 
General Contractors—Caulking 

Industrial, Commercial, Domestic 
CRANE RENTALS 

All Types of Welding 

CL 4-6001 1711 Moy 


Compliments of 

WONDER BAKERIES LIMITED 

Bakers of Wonder Bread, Cakes, Sweet Goods & Pies 
Decorated Cakes for Every Occasion 

Phone CL 4-5107 337 Salter Avenue 


DEVINE BROTHERS EQUIPMENT 

TOOLS — EQUIPMENT 

Sales and Rentals 

Phone CL 2-7614 144 Aylmer Ave. 


O'HALLORAN ELECTRIC 

Industrial and Commercial Lighting 
Specialize in Fluorescent Lighting 

CL 2-8095 24 Hour Service 


WIPP 

Pest Control Co. 

Class 1 License 

Fumigators & Exterminators 

PHONE 253-3562 

Affiliated with 

Sanitary Maintenance Co. 

282 Pitt St E Janitor Service & Supplies Windsor 

PHONE 253-3564 

MABEL J. SMITH MILLINERY 

WHISPER HOSE 

21 Chatham St., East 

Ph. CL 6-6522 Home CL 4-4693 

B. & W. PLUMB FLOWERS 

POTTED PLANTS — BEDDING PLANTS 

CUT FLOWERS & ARRANGEMENTS 

R.R. 2 LEAMINGTON 

4th CONCESSION, MERSEA 

Windsor 8 Market City 

Compliments of 

JOSHUA GULIN 

and 

ARTHUR W. GITLIN 

C/ff&KOA/^ 

OFFICE SUPPLY LIMITED 

CLearwater 6-4553 144 Pitt Street W. 

MURPHY TOBACCO LIMITED 

656 University Ave. W. 

Windsor, Ontario 

Compliments of 

STUDENT NURSES 

HOTEL DIEU OF ST. JOSEPH 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 

WINDSOR 

1 

ESSEX CABINET MAKERS (Ontario) 

LTD. 

Manufacturers of The Finest Wood Products 

WINDSOR, LONDON, HAMILTON, OTTAWA, MONTREAL 

280 Eugenie St., Windsor 252-7224 



MAC. J. BRIAN LIMITED 

PLUMBING — HEATING — AIR COND. — SHEET METAL 
MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 

925 Crawford Ave. 254-5181 





































































THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA 


491 Ouellette Ave. 1357 Ottawa St. 

Mr. Burger, Manager D. M. Bell, Manager 


Compliments 


MORGAN PRECISION TOOLS 

1823 Wyandotte St. E. 


JOHN WEBB 

CLASS RINGS — SILVER TROPHY CUPS 
D i a moods—-Watches-—J ewel I ery 
Imported English Silverware and China 


WHITE'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING 
OF WINDSOR LTD. 

42 Years of Complete Laundry & Cleaning Service 
PICK-UP & DELIVERY 
CASH & CARRY 
2 Hr., 8 Hr. & 24 Hr. Service 

CL 4-3213 938 Wyandotte E. 


To 

University of Windsor 

HEINTZMAN & COMPANY 

MAKERS OF FINE PIANOS 

HEINTZMAN PIANOS HAMMOND ORGANS 

POP, CLASSICAL, MUSICAL SHOWS IN 
RECORDS 

184 Ouellette Ave.CL 6-318J 


BEATTY WASHER STORE 

Laundry Equipment — Ranges — Refrigerators 
— Dryers — 

RCA WHIRLPOOL, BEATTY, KELVINATOR, 
McCLARY, EASY 

SALES & SERVICE 

671 Wyandotte St. £. 253-3557 


IT IS EASIER TO PAY OUR WAY! 

PEOPLE'S 

CREDIT JEWELLERS, LIMITED 

CL 4-7533 302 Ouellette Ave. 


LOVE’S DRESS SHOP 

1626 OTTAWA STREET 


Compliments of 

SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND 
AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY COMPANY 


BANWELL'S BETTER BAGGAGE 

SELLING QUALITY LUGGAGE AND LEAtHER 
GOODS FOR OVER 50 YEARS 

CL 4-2982 WINDSOR, ONT. 

494 PELISSIER 

Owned and Operated by tbe Alumni 
Cliff A. Blonde, Clayt S. Blonde 


BUSINESS SKILLS 
Developed by 

INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 

DAY SCHOOL — NIGHT SCHOOL 

WINDSOR 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

709 Ouellette Ave. Ph. 253-4921 





Compliments 

of 

R. P. SCHERER 












































Compliments of 

WOOLLATT CONSTRUCTION 
LTD. 

Sewers—Roods—Watermen ns—Asphalt Paving 

945-6366 2999 Grand Marais Ave. E. 


Compliments 

to 

ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY 

H. GRAY LIMITED 

THE FAMILY STORE WITH THE GOLDEN RULE POLICY 



Wilfred E. Ball Douglas N. Brombai 

BUSINESS OFFICE 

UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 


Compliments of 

STAFFORD FOODS LIMITED 

Suppliers of basic food materials to Restaurants, 
Hotels, Institutional Cafeterias and Hospitals across 
Canada. 

Head Office: 

37 Hanna Ave., Toronto 3, Ontario 

Local Representative: 

Mr R + Domm, 

Box 782, Kingsville, Ontario 


Da da. 

There is no 
Santa Claus. 

Can I have the 
car tonight? 

When you gurgled out the first statement, 
your Father puffed up like a peacock. 

When you took a stand on the second, 

your Mother knew her baby wasn't a baby anymore. 

Now that you're old enough to ask the question, 
act your age. Drive safely. 

Any other way is for kids. 

IMPERIAL • CHRYSLER • DODGE • PLYMOUTH • VALIANT * DODGE AND FARGO TRUCKS 



CHRYSLER 

CANADA LTD. 

















Office Phones Residence Phones 

CL 6*4953 WH 5-4527 

CL 6-4954 WH 5-8261 

WINDSOR BODY and 
FENDER LTD. 

COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE 
1850 University Ave* W. 

Harold L. Bernachi Frank M. Bernachi 

1780 Wyandotte St. 1216 Riverside Drive 

RIVERSIDE, ONT. RIVERSIDE, ONT. 


Compliments 

of 


C. A. HOWELL & COMPANY 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN 


new!! 

. . . NOW EVERY BOOK OF FAMOUS 
PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS CONTAINS 
A FREE ADMISSION TICKET 

The Thrifty way to see Canada's Finest Motion Picture 
Entertainment 


BOOKS OF 

FAMOUS PLAYERS 
THEATRE TICKETS 


GOOD ANYTIME AT ALL WINDSOR THEATRES 
Now on sale at the 
CAPITOL — PALACE & PARK THEATRES 


POND'S DRUG STORES LTD. 


Favourites in 
Windsor Since 1899 
DISPENSING PHARMACISTS 

“WHERE TO 8UY IT“ 

Ouellette & Wyandotte ..... 254-2507 

Ouellette & Shepherd 254-2272 

Ouellette & Giles ...... 253-1023 

Wyandotte & Hall . 254-1334 

Wyandotte & Partington . 256-2695 

1341 Ottawa . 253-8828 

101 Tecomseh W* .... 253-9513 

3198 Sandwich .. 256-8247 

Office . 254-2505 


THE UNIVERSITY STORE 

EXTENDS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS OF ’64 


We sincerely hope 

that you have shared our pleasure in the 
expanded facilities of the University Centre 
and we will look forward to your visists in the years ahead 


OPERATED IN CONJUNCTION WITH 

UNIVERSITY PRESS 































HIGHWAY FURNITURE 

Your Money Saving Buy-Way on No. 3 Highway 
At Howard 

Old Castle, Ont. JO 9-1640 

FREE PARKING J- BERECZ (Prop.) 


WALKERVILLE PLUMBING CO. 

LIMITED 

801 Lincoln Road, at Cataraqui WALKERVILLE, ONT, 
Phone CL 3-5216 After Hours CL 2-4-4156 


Compliments of 

CHICKEN COURT 

CL 2-7226 

531 Pelissier Street—Next to Y.M.C.A. 



WINDSOR, ONT. - Ambassa I , 


ALLEN MEAT MARKET 

1477 Wyandotte St. East 


LUTZ BACHER JAZZ PRODUCTIONS 

BOOKING AND PROMOTION AGENCY 

Promoter of “JAZZ ON CAMPUS” Tours 


3581 Rankin Ave. 


969-7936 


TUCKER ELECTRIC LTD. 


WALTER KELLEY FUNERAL HOME 


2130 Wyandotte St, West 

Wyandotte St, E, 

1519 Wyandotte St. E. Phone CL 2-8329 

MONARCH MATTRESS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Spring-Filled Mattresses, Box Springs 

Hollywood Beds 

DEE 

- STYLING STUDIO- 

JAY 

CUSTOM COLOURING — PERMANENT WAVING 
SHAPING and STYLING 

Telephone 253-8300 1936 Wyandotte Street, E. 


Compliments 

of 


FINE CUSTOM TAILORING 

PHILLIP’S FLOWERS 

256 Pelissier Street WINDSOR, ONTARIO 

CL 3-0800 

2229 Wyandotte St., West 

MdNTYRE UPHOLSTERING 

ALSCO OF WINDSOR 

298 University, East. 

4535 Huron Line 








































dor Bridge — DETROIT, MICH. 


REYNOLD'S PICTURE FRAMINGS 
AND ART GALLERY 

Art Exhibits Monthly 

Art Lessons, Art Supplies, Picture Framing 

CL 4-4115 1532 Wyandotte St. East 


Compliments of 

LYLE-WAY SERVICE 

ESSO SERVICE STATION 

Phone CL 4-4722 Patricia at Wyandotte 


Good Luck Students 

BONNIE'S GENERAL STORE 

Paul Ewaschuk, Prop. 


No. 18 Hwy. 


R t R> No. 3 Amherstburg 


Congratulations . . . 

BRAVO CEMENT CONTRACTING 

FLOORING 

Metallic Mastic and Coloured 

CL 4-0811 2202 Woodlawn 


Compliments of 

SANITARY MAINTENANCE CO. 

CL 3-6321 288 Pitt St, E. 


Compliments 

of 

RUDY'S BARBER SHOP 

2840 University Ave. West 
Cor, University & Huron Line 
Right Under The Bridge 


MARK CONSTRUCTION LIMITED 

The A^ark of Distinction” 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS SPECIALIZING IN 

# CHURCHES • FACTORIES 

• MOTELS • APARTMENTS 

Formerly Arias Construction Co. 

YO 9-2190 3615 Walker Rd. 


CLARKE TRAVEL SERVICE 


CL 4-4347 


76 University Ave. W. 


BERNHARDT'S FURNITURE LTD. 

DISTINGUISHED INTERIORS 
FOR HOME & OFFICE 

Complete Planning Service 


LAWTON INSURANCE AGENCY 


CL 3-4657 


Canada Bldg. 


CL 4-7568 


1645 Wyandotte E. 


SHANFIELDS-MEYERS 

JEWELLERY & CHINA SHOP 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CHINA, SILVERWARE, GIFTS 
Canada s largest Selection of English Bone China 
Cul Crystal, Stemware and Rosenthal China 

188 OUELLETTE AVENUE 





















































Compliments of 


^amiiiiiiiiflgk 

BREAD LIMITED 

BREAD — SWEET GOODS — CAKES 

London — Chatham — Amherstbyrg 

ONTARIO 


blondie 

cleaners 



VITALIZED CLEANING 





Jim Witchtll 


Vine* Gogni*r Lou Popovich 

A Name far Fine Clothes 


253 4422 


Wickham's 

of Windsor 


286 Ouellette 


HEAD OFFICE AND PLANT 

909 Riverside Drive, East 


CLEARWATER 4-4364 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


B. & C. ENGRAVING COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

Plastic Nameplates and Signs 
2 and 3 Dimensional Engraving 
Steel Stamps and Dies 
Molds, Hops. 


Phone 969-6791 


1782 So. Camron 


Compliments of 

LIVINGSTON WOOD 
MANUFACTURING LTD. 

TILLSONBURG, ONT. 

Head Office 
TILLSONBURG 

Branch Plant 
GRAVEN HURST 


Compliments of 

W00LLATT CONSTRUCTION 
LTD. 

Sewers—Roads—Watermains—Asphalt Paving 


945-6366 


2999 Grand Marais Ave. E. 


WYANDOTTE SERVICE STATION 

TEXACO PRODUCTS 
320 Wyandotte St. East 

Ummbenhower Mgrs. 


The home of the Forward Look Serving Northwestern 
Ontario — Continued Success Grads from , , . 



CL 6-3983 


Cor. Dougall and Wyandotte 


Imperial 


LAKEHEAD MOTORS 

Limited 

Chrysler • Plymouth • Dodge • Valiant 

J. R. Comuzzi 


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GREEN'S IDEAL DRUG STORE LTD. 

Your IDA Drug Store 

Prescriptions Picked-Up 

1699 Wyandotte W, at Campbell 

CL 3-3162 

Compliments of 

W. J. BONDY & SONS 

SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 

126 Ouellette CL 4-3391 

L. M. ROSEN 

General Insurance — Real Estate 

MORRIS BLVD. 

CL 2-7279 CL 2-7314 

CANADIAN LINEN CO. LTD. 

WE RENT 

C ootv—8 a r b er I owe 1 s—Ores se s-—A pron s 

Table Linen—Office Towels—Banquet Linen 
and Continuous Towel Cabinets 

673 CARON 

253- 1139 

254- 3141 

IT PAYS TO KEEP CLEAN" 

MASTER CLEANERS 

(Two Plants to serve You) 

1081 Ottawa 1249 Grandmarais 

CL 3-6335 

DOMINION TREE EXPERTS 

John Morrissey, Prop. 

SPRAYING TRIMMING SURGERY 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 

Contracts Accepted Anywhere in Canada 

974 Windermere Windsor CL 2-6362 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

ADOLPH PRODUCTS COMPANY 

228 Chatham St. E. CL 2-2266 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

J. KOVINSKY & SONS 

110 Hill Street CL 4-5188 

CAPITOL EGG & POULTRY CO. LTD. 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTERS 

CL 4-3251 485 Pitt St. 

“For A Brighter Outlook 1 1 

WINDOW A-1 CLEANERS 

INDUSTRIAL — COMMERCIAL — RESIDENTIAL 

PHONE CL 6-1737 504 VICTORIA AVENUE 

PEERLESS STEEL CO. LTD. 

Anthony H, (Tony) Baby 

Class '50. 

1319 McOougall St. Phone 254-2587 

Compliments of 

KAPLAN'S FURNITURE 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 

1623 Wyandotte St. E. Phone CL 3-8500 

Compliments and Best Wishes 

G. A. INGRAM CO. (Canada) Ltd. 

HOSPITAL, PHYSICIANS' AND 

LABORATORY SUPPLIES 

Phone CL 4-6484 1101 Ouellette Ave. 

WINDSOR, ONT. 

FOR BETTER LIVING 

Buy Your Furniture at 

TEPPERMAN’S 

1214 Ottawa St. WINDSOR, ONT. 

Compliments of 

PETE'S RADIATOR SERVICE 

CL 2-1177 684 Dufferin Place 

BARBARA WOOD 

LIMITED 

• TELEPHONE ANSWERING SYSTEM 

• DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING 

• SECRETARIAL SERVICES 

PHONE CL 3-634 1 504 VICTORIA AVE. 

WINDSOR, ONT, 




















































COLAUTTI BROTHERS LIMITED 
CONTRACTORS 

TILE — TERRAZZO — MARBLE 

WINDSOR CHATHAM, ONT. SARNIA, ONT. 
2*190 AAcDougall 325 Merritt Ave. 2SQ Tecumseh St. 
Pk 253 6333 Pk ELgtn 4 0670 Pk EDgewater 6 9232 


BRANCHEAU HARDWARE 

25821 Van Born DETROIT, MICH. 


Congratulations to the 
Grads of 1964 
from 

WINDSOR HOTELMEN 
ASSOCIATION 

Prince Edward Hotel 
Norton Palmer Hotel 


RYAN 

BUILDERS SUPPLIES, LTD. 

210 Detroit Street WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


Compliments of 
StX PROFESSIONAL BARBERS 
Specializing in 

• Personality Hair Styling 0 Or Any Style of Your Choice 

• Hoircoloring for Men # Brush Cut H Princeton 

-— New Advanced Methods — 



MAICH'S BARBER SALON 

248 Pelissier St, (next to Kresge T sl 

It s Always Our Pleasure to Serve You 



CANADIAN 
BRIDGE WORKS 

WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO 
Over 60 Years of Service to Canada 


LOOK 

AHEAD 





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AT 

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BUILDING MATERIALS LTD. 
2494 Riverside Dr. E. 

B 252-7241 


Hawkeswood Garage 
Limited 

COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE 


Pride in Workmanship 
is our Trademark 1 ' 


270 Erie St, E, at McDougall WINDSOR, ONTARIO 
Phones 254-1108-09-10 


THE WINDSOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 

offers greetings and best wishes to 
UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 
on its growth and extension 

WINDSOR BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1964-1965 
ELECTED TRUSTEES 

Ward I ...-.—.. K. C. Hortop, B.A. 

Ward II .... G. Alan Buchanan, B.A. 

Ward III ...... R. J- Whiity, M.D., D.A.B., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S. 

Ward IV . G. M. Grant, Q.C. 

Ward V .-....... D. W. Gray 

APPOINTED TRUSTEES 

Separate Schools Vocational 5cheol 

M. G. Brick, D.D.S. C. G. Sampson 

H. J. Lassaline, M.A. L. F, Batterson 

















































































Nothing Equals the Glamour 
Of a FINE LAZARE FUR 

Over the years Lara re s has been known as specialist 
in Fine Furs offering only outstanding quality, authentic 
styling—Furs fashioned by experts, surprisingly moderate 
in prices. And, you have the advantage of a very large 
selection from which to choose, 

LAZARE'S FURS 

493 Ouellette Ave.. Windsor 


IT IS OUR SINCERE HOPE THAT 
YOU GRADUATES OF 
THE UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 
FIND GREAT REWARD AND PERSONAL SATISFACTION 
IN YOUR CHOSEN CAREERS 

BENDIX-ECLIPSE 
OF CANADA LIMITED 

Windsor, Ontario 


WINDSOR PLUMRING & 
HEATING LIMITED 

705 Glengarry 256-5401 

PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 


DRINK MORE FRESH MILK 

FOR HEALTH 


MILK EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL 
OF WINDSOR 


Best Wishes to Students 
and Faculty of 


UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 


- SMITH'S 



WINDSOR’S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 


Phone 252-3611 

Daily Deliveries to the University 


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The HOPE CHEST 

Compliments 

HAS 

of 

THE PERFECT GIFT 

ROYDEN COULTER, City Manager 

FOR THE GIRL WHO HAS EVERYTHING 


BUT NO PLACE TO PUT IT 

TO 

31 Wyandotte Street, East 252*1235 

University of Windsor 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Compliments 

TOWN OF AMHERSTBURG 

of 

E. T. LAFRAMBOISE, Mayor 


H, E. HAMILTON G. D, McCURDY 

Reeve Deputy Reeve 

WINDSOR AUTOMOBILE 

COUNCILLORS 


Dr + L M. WARREN H, M. SMITH 

S. McMANEMY J. W. WIGLE 

A. DU FOUR R. H. LAVERS 

DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

MARIO'S TAVERN 

ENJOY 

Ideal for Club Parties 

Natural Gas Benefits 

NO COVER NO DOOR NO MINIMUM 


Phone CL 4-3392 755 Ouellette — Windsor 

Heating — Cooling -—* Automatic — Clean — Safe 

Free Parking 

UNION GAS COMPANY 

NANTAIS SPORT SHOP 

LTD. 

For Your Viewing Pleasure . . , 

CKLW-TV 

BASEBALL AND HOCKEY TEAM OUTFITTERS 

AT CLUB RATES 

ON CHANNEL 9 

GOLF, TENNIS, BOWLING, BASKETBALL 

EQUIPMENT 

And for Your Listening Pleasure . , * 

Trophies For Every Sport 

CKLW AM and FM 

2059 Wyandotte W. 252-5705 

BOO on Your Radio Dial 


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graduation . . . 


For on appropriate and acceptable graduation gift, give 
a Rieteau Watch. This famous watch is noted for accuracy 
and long service; the 17-jewel movement is made in Swit^ 
zerland especially for Birks, 


Sincerest Best Wishes 

of 

W. J. McCANCE & SON 


CL 3-6151 


321 Ouellette Avenue 


BIRRS 


We specialise in 

Formal Attire for All Occasions 
SUITS and DRESSES 

BUDDY'S CUSTOM SALON 


Phone CL 3-1327 


472 Pelissier Street 


Compliments of 


ESSEX PACKERS LTD. 


CL 6-1811 


875 Mercer Street 


The Original 

VETERAN CAB OF WINDSOR LTD. 

24 Hour Service 

Equipped with 2-Way Radio 
Michigan Licenses 


CL 6-2621 


308 Wyandotte E. 


Compliments of 


HUCKER BROS. LTD. 


252-8305 


1489 Ouellette 


Compliments of 

WHITE PLUMBING & HEATING 
CO. LTD. 

PLUMBING — STEAM & HOT WATER HEATING 
INDUSTRIAL PIPING 


954 University Ave. 


Phone 254-8688 



BAR-B-Q 
SPARERIBS 


OR 


CHICKEN 


ENTIRELY 
AND 

DELICIOUSLY 
DIFFERENT 

Charcoal Broiled 
Stea ks 
Far Delivery 
Service 

Call - 254-7717 
or 254 5484 

TRY OUR BREAKFAST SPECIAL — ALWAYS OPEN_ 


58 Park St. E. Opposite Tunnel 

WINDSOR — CANADA Car Exit 


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WILD STUDIOS 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 






















SHUST'S 

POULTRY FARMS 

Growers of that special meat type 
Chicken and Turkey. 

The Super-eating Chicken and Turkey of 
all time. 

Farm fresh 52 weeks of the year. 

CL 4-8497 Amherstburg, Ont. 


Compliments 

of 


S. R. THIELSEN 



RAYMOND RENAUD AND SON 


UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR 

343 Tweedsmuir Ave. 


HOUSEMOVERS — CONTRACTORS 

547 Oak St. CL 3-5530 


THE BUGGY MAKERS WHO DIDN’T GIVE UP! 


Competition is not an easy way of life. Every so often a business firm is forced 
to close down because it cannot compete successfully. There are some who say 
that competition is bad, and that there ought to be a way to give security to all. 

Most people, however, do agree that competition keeps prices down and 
improves quality. But competition does much more for us that that. It is a great 
creative force — a spur to achievement. 

Competition has brought into existence far more businesses and jobs than 
it has eliminated. For example, it ruined the buggy business but in its place the 
vast automobile industry — which created hundreds of new jobs for every job 
that it made obsolete. 

Some buggy makers changed over to the automobile business and did better 
than ever. The real threat of competition is not so much what others do, but 
what we fail to do. Being a good competitor is the surest way to win security. 


McKinnon 

ST. CATHARINES 


INDUSTRIES Limited 

WINDSOR 


Growing with Canada since 1878 


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Phone 253-5274 

THE DOMINION HOUSE HOTEL 1 

Phone 253-5275 

Where Particular People Congregate 

MODERN CLEANERS 

Catering to 

DINNERS—BANQUETS—WEDDINGS 

Louis at Cataraqui 

Reservations: CL 4-6221 3140 Sandwich St. W. 

TOP HAT SUPPER CLUB 

Compliments 

of 

BOND CLOTH'S SHOP 

CL 3-4644 75 University East 

368 Ouellette CL 4-7878 

Compliments of 

G. G. McKEOUGH Limited 

VENDOMATIC SERVICES LTD. 


YOUR FOOD SERVICE 

1534 Windsor Ave. Windsor, Ontario 

Dial 256-3436 and 252-5170 

Creative Printing 

A Complete Art Department 

Full Colour Work Our Specialty 

FARRELL'S PHARMACY LIMITED 

Sumner Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd. 

1495 Tecumseh Rd, at Gladstone — Windsor, Ont. 

254-8778 120 Ferry St. 

BULMER BUSINESS COLLEGE 

RENT-ALL-COMPANY 

Chair’s 

New Location; 

CAPITAL THEATRE BUILDING 

315 Pelissier St. 253-8202 

3209 Sandwich St, W. 

CL 4-7300 After Hours 969-3320 

Byron Blueprinting Service Ltd. 

Compliments 

of 

Windsor Fish Distributors Ltd. 

662 Pel issier Phone 254-8662 

352 Pitt St. East 

Canadian /L J N. 

MECHANICAL HANDLING SYSTEMS LTD.<V| * ^ 

HERTZ Rent-A-Car SYSTEM 

Licensee 

196 Park St. W. Phone 254-7212 

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS 


MODERN DISCOUNT 

Drive-In Bakery 

Compliments of 

We carry the finest in fresh and day-old 
baked goods and a complete line of 
confectionary, 

500 Wyandotte St. East 253-3664 

Hon. Paul and Mrs. Martin 























































Mr. John De Van 
Director of Men s Residences 


Rev* E. A. Roberts, C.S.B. 
Director of Residences 


Miss Barbara Craig 
Directress of Women s Residence 


Mrs. Mona Kelly 
Assistant to Miss Craig 


ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY 

Conducted by Basilian Fathers 


Residences tor Men and Women attending University of Windsor 


400 HURON LINE 


CL 3-4232 








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NATIONAL PAINTING 
& DECORATING LTD. 


IT IS WITH A GREAT DEAL OF SATISFACTION 
THAT I WISH TO CONGRATULATE THE STUDENTS 
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR, FIRSTLY, FOR 
THEIR EARLY PREPARATION FOR A UNIVERSITY; 
SECONDLY, FOR THEIR CHOICE OF SCHOOL; 
THIRDLY, FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS THUS FAR. 
MAY i WISH YOU EVERY SUCCESS IN YOUR FU¬ 
TURE ENDEAVOURS AFTER GRADUATION. 

A FRIEND 


Brush & Industrial Spray 
Painting Contractors 

252-1144 — 253-1715 
725 Wyandotte East 


TELEVISION 

RADIO 

SERVICE 

254-1322 

UPTOWN RADIO & TV LTD. 


755 WYANDOTTE EAST 



designed especially 
to meet the needs 
of University 
Students 


As a University mon, you already know the value of Life 
Insurance. You probably plan to buy some later on . 
Empire Life makes it possible for you to buy it now — by 
offering you unique plans designed to meet the needs of 
University Students—at prices you can afford to pay. 

Plan now to enjoy a guaranteed financial future. Let an 
Empire Life representative tell you about these new plans 
for University Students—which include guaranteed insurability 
up to age 40, regardless of your state of health. 



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CUSTOM ORNAMENTAL 

IRON & FENCE CO. LTD. 

In any event ‘ Say it with Flowers” 

Custom Built Wrought Iron Porch Rails, 

Columns, Furniture—Interior & Exterior 

FISHER'S FLOWERS 


925 Wyandotte Street West 253-7476 

357 South 256-7041 



Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. BARRY E. ATKINSON 

2424 Princess Ave., Sandwich East 

Omega Book Binding Mfg. Company 

969-1995 

Compliments of 

JAMES H. SUTTON 

ALDERMAN and MRS. W. J. WHEELTON 

FUNERAL HOME LTD. 

BEAR CAT BATTERY 
& TIRE SERVICE 

937 Ouellette Avenue 

254-2515 

680 Wyandotte East 


JACQUES PRINTING 


CREATIVE PRINTING 

Compliments from 

1484 Wyandotte St. West 

(TOOTS) MERESKY FURNITURE 

LAW & ANDERSON 

971 Wyandotte St. E. CL 4-6269 

LIMITED 

An Old Alumnus of Assumption 

3822 Sandwich St. W. 


PARE ELECTRIC COMPANY 

MERCHANTS PAPER COMPANY 

Power and Light Installations 

Industrial—Commercial—Residential 

(WINDSOR) LTD. 

Repairs—Alterations—Satisfaction Assured 

912 Tecumseh Rd. East. Phone CL 6-3147 

975 Crawford 254-1163 

The Colony Shop 


BART EVON FURNITURE 


AND COLONY SHOP 

Compliments of 

(18 Hwy., La Salle), 1661 Front St. 

MOORE ELECTRIC LIMITED 


GIRARD'S FLOWER CENTRE 


AND GREEN HOUSE 

Phone 254-7591 

5282 Grand Marais off Howard Avenue 

530 Walker Road Windsor 

Visit our new location 


CL 6-1895 



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MAYOR 

► 

MICHAEL PATRICK 
VISITS 

UNIVERSITY CENTRE 


I am very happy to 
visit with you today in 
your modern student 
activities area. The 
people of the City of 
Windsor are indeed 
proud of your work. 

I am grateful for the 
opportunity given me to 
extend the congratula¬ 
tions and best wishes of 
people of the City of 
Windsor to the new Uni- 


Mayor Patrick visits with students in the Student Activity Area to look over the "Ambassador' 1 . Shirley 
Shivos, Gordon Thompson, Mayor Patrick, Jim Sweeny, Ann Husrier and Ken Moriority, 


versify of Windsor. 

Windsor and Essex 
County is indeed fortu¬ 
nate in having educa¬ 


tional facilities of such 
high standards to meet 
the ever increasing de¬ 
mands for higher edu¬ 
cation for our boys and 
girls. 


L-. U 


Students of the University are on bond to greet 
Mayor Patrick. Carol So lorn chuck, Shirley 
Hamodek, Bill McLeod, Carol Andrusky, 

Jim Sweeny and Barbara McPherson, 

























MESSAGE 


FROM 

SAINT MARY'S 
ACADEMY 


GREETINGS FROM 

CORPUS CHRISTI 
HIGH SCHOOL 

TO 

Reverend E, C LeBel, CS.B. 


The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus 
and Mary and the Students of St. Mary’s 
Academy offer this sincere tribute of esteem 
and appreciation to the Very Reverend E. C 
LeBel, CS.B., President of the University of 
Windsor, in recognition of his magnificent 
contributions to intellectual growth and 
Christian culture in Windsor, but especially 
for the support and encouragement given to 
all the religious and educational activities 
sponsored by the Academy, May God bless 
his future years with further rich harvests 
of apostolic fruitfulness* 



Father LeBef, President of the former As¬ 
sumption University, was more than an 
educator. In a time when people of all faiths 
are conscious of the Ecumenical spirit, it is 
significant that a man like Father LeBel, 
because of his deep respect for every person 
and his recognition of the dignity of man, 
held the position of influence that was his. 
People who knew him personally and others 
who will never meet him are grateful to him 
for creating the atmosphere necessary for 
the dialogue of to-day. 





GOOD WISHES 

TO 

FATHER LEBEL 

HOLY REDEEMER 
COLLEGE 


LA SALLE HALL 

5INCEREST THANKS 
And 

BEST WISHES 

TO 

FATHER LEBEL 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS 


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Compliments 

To - REV. E. C. LEBEL, C.S.B. 

President of the University of Windsor 


May you have many more years of progress 
From 

Herb Gray, M.P. 


Best Wishes 

ALDERMAN MAURICE BELANGER, M.P.P. 


Friends of the University of \ 


in saluting Rev. E 


To Rev. E. C. LeBel who served with honor and dis- a 
tinction as the President of Assumption University of le 
Windsor, University of Windsor from 1953-64. 

f. 

These were momentous years of unselfish devotion e 
to our youth. He sought to develop in the university a 


MR. & MRS. BERNARD NEWMAN, M.P.P. 


DR. & MRS. RICHARD H. HAWRISH 

Wonderful University 


MR. & MRS. NORMAN S. MILNER 
AND DAUGHTER HEATHER 

Class of 64 
2439 Chilver Road 


Best Wishes from: 


SIR HARRY & MRS. GIGNAC 


Compliments from 

DR. & MRS. R. A. MEHARRY 


DR. & MRS. L. G. SCHILLER 


Best Wishes from: 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR J. REAUME, M.P.P. 


Compliments of 

SHOE BAR 

Wyandotte West 


MR. & MRS. R. L. DEMERS 
AND ROBERT 


Class of '64 


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d f Windsor join the Ambassador 
v. E. C. LeBel, C. S. B. 


is- an atmosphere pregnant with scholarship and intel- 
of lectual inquiry. 

This, to Rev. E. C. LeBel, was the most important 
function of a community of scholars and he set the 
ion example through his own international reputation as 
►ity a scholar. 


RUSSELL H. SMEDLEY 

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 

1454 Ouellette Ave. 
Windsor 


BEST WISHES 

DR. & MRS. M. BURNSTEIN 


Compliments on a Job Well Done 

HON. & MRS. PAUL MARTIN 

Minister of External Affairs 


DR. JOHN K. FARRELL 

History Department 
University of Windsor 


Compliments of the 

FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

University of Windsor 


With Thanks and Best Wishes 
to 

FATHER LEBEL 

from 

DR. and MRS. D. M. KENNEDY 

and 

Dick, ’55 — Jody, '57 — Terry, ’60 — Paul, '63 


MISS BARBARA CRAIG, B.A. 

Director of Women’s Residence 


MRS. MONA KELLY 

Assistant to the Director 
Women’s Residence 


Compliments of 

ALDERMAN & MRS. A. BATTEGELLO 


BEST WISHES 

MR. & MRS. C. H. MONTROSE 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MR. & MRS. M. BERRY 

Atkinson 


Best Wishes 

REGAL PAINT 

Wyandotte St. E. 


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ADMINISTRATIVE 



Mr. R. A. Naim Mr. Joseph Schiller Mr. Wilfred Ball Mr. Douglas Brombal Mr. C. W. Morgan 

Secretary-Treasurer Chief Accountant Assist. Accountant Purchasing Director Director of 

_ English Services 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

AIRLINE & STEAMSHIP RESERVATIONS 

SPECIALIZING IN GROUP TOURS TO 

EUROPE 

WINDSOR NEWS COMPANY LTD. 

TOincUfix gravel rfpenctf 

333 WYANDOTTE ST. EAST 

Phone 253-5321 

1530 Ouellette Avenue 

Mrs. Helen Dziver Telephone 256-2081 

J. J. Dziver (24 Hour Service) 

COMPLIMENTS OF 


Argus Protection and Investigation 
Service Ltd. 

BEST WISHES 

DR. and MRS. L. J. FENECH 

JOHN K. FORREST IEN McGEOUGH 


rutoiuciNi VICE-PRESIDENT 

1 530 OUEUETTE AVENUE 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 

PHONE 253-6611 

DR. and MRS. E. DELORENZI 

CLASS OF ’53 


BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL 

DR. and MRS. ALBERT WILSON 

Father LeBel: 

PRINTING CO. 

1737 Walker Road, 

WINDSOR 

May we express our sincerest appreciation 
for your unceasing efforts to further the 
cause of higher education in Windsor and 
in Canada. May God continue to bless you 
and your work for many years to come. 

ASSUMPTION HIGH SCHOOL 

WINDSOR, ONT. 


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STAFF 



Mr. J. Thompson 

Executive Assistant 
to President 


Mr. T. Kennedy 

Alumni Secretary 


Mr. P. Macko, B.A. 

N.E.S. Student 
Placement Officer 


Mr. Charles Tolmie 

Assistant Director 


Mr. Lloyd Thompson 

Manager of the 


Mrs. Charlotte Perry 

Director of 


FORMAL RENTALS 

FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

ESQUIRE MEN'S SHOPPE 

359 Ouellette Ave. 253-7000 


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INDEX 



Pages 


Pages 

Abbey, M. 

...102 

Belisle, S. .. 

.116 

Ackermann, M. . 

.102 

Bell, l. 

.. .116 

Ackert, G. F. 

.60, 102 

Bell, M. 

...65, 102 

Adams, P. 

.91 

Bellaire, B. 

-.103 

Allchin, H. 

.-.119 

Bellaire, R. 

-...103 

Allen, J. C. 

.60, 91 

Belleman, P. 

.1 16 

Allen, J, M. 

.91 

Belleveau, M. F. 

.1 12, 117 

Allen, L. . 

.102 

Bembeneck, J. ... 

.91 

Allgeyer, W. A. 

.64, 116 

Beneteau, J. 

. 70, 78, 91 

Allworth, H. . 

.73, 91 

Benetto, M. 

..... 88 

Ambler, W. J. 

.116 

Beneteau, R. 

... 103 

Ames, M. 

.76 

Bennett, B. 

.16, 28, 70 

Amyot, J. C. 

.42, 102 

Beretta, G. 


Andersen, R. ... 

.43, 52, 63 

Berks, T. 

.91 

Anderson, A. 

.68, 91 

Berry, P. 

. 91 

Anderson, M. ... 

... 88 

Bettridge, R. 

-.. 61,132 

Anderson, P. 

.62, 70, 74 

Bevacqua, J. 

.103 

Anderson, W. .... 

.....45, 91 

Bevan, D. . 

.. 88 

Anderson, W. 

.102 

Bhumgara, N . 

.43, 60, 103 

Andrachuk, R. 

.102 

Biddle, F. 

..69, 103 

Andruski, C. 

.70, 74,78,79, 116 

Billand, R. 

.39, 44, 91 

Andzans, M. 

.102 

Bishop, R. . 

.. 61, 103 

Angelini, F. 

.43 

Black, G. 

..116 

Annett, R. 

.136 

Black, J. .. 

....103 

Appel, M. .. 

.62, 88 

Blackburn, M. J. 

....91 

Arbuckle, J. 

.116 

Blackshaw, J. 

...53, 103 

Ardagh, D. . . 

.70, 102 

Blackshaw, S. 

.42, 103 

Arengi, C. 

.102 

Blair, S. 

.. 53, 103 

Armes, M. 

..136 

Blizchuk, R. .. 

......38, 103 

Armour, J. .. 

.102 

Blonde, D. 

........103 

Armstrong, D. L. 

.112 

Blonde, G. 

. 64, 74, 103 

Armstrong, G. 

.102 

Blonde, W. 

...103 

Armstrong, S. ... 

.91 

Blute, L. _ 

.117 

Armstrong, T. W. 

.136 

Bodnar, A. 

. 91 

Am ill, W. 

. 38, 91 

Bolger, P. ... 

.103 

Arnold, P. 

...102 

Bond, D. 

. 91 

Artingstall, E. 

..91 

Bond, P. 

. 36, 116 

Asher, J. 

. .91 

Bondy, D. . 

. 69 

Assang, T.. 

.61 

Bondy, J. M. 

. 42, 63, 91 

Atkins, M.. 

.-. 88 

Bondy, P. .. 

.-----.103 

Atkinson, D. 

.102, 116 

Bondy, R. 

. 37, 40, 41,91 

Atkinson, L. _ 

.65, 102 

Bonner, J. 

i m 

Atrens D. .. 

__116 

Bonsignore, A. 

. 60, 91 

Awomoyi, W. D. 

..116 

Borowicz, W. 

.-.65 

Aylett, A. 

....102 

Borschke, B. 

.38, 60, 91 

Azarcoya, C. 

.. 67, 88 

Bosen, L. .. 

....103 

Babuin, E.. 

.91 

Boschetto, A. .. 

. 35, 77, 91 

Bachand, B.. 

.61, 102 

Botsford, A. 

.91 

Bacher, L. . 

. 70, 74, 78, 132 

8oudreau, P. .. 

.103 

Bodregon, D. _ 

.-.63, 91 

Bourdeau, J. 

. 51,117 

Baillargeon, M, D. 

.91 

Bourdeau, M. 

.62 

Baker, M. J. 

.102 

Bourg, O. 

.38, 61, 91 

Baker, M. 

...37, 65, 91 

Boychuk, Gloria 

.92 

Bahrynowski, . 


Boyd, A. 

.117 

Bailey, A. 


Boyko, J. 

9? 

Balaishis, D. 

.57, 79, 102 

Boylan, E. 

.. 92 

Baldwin, N . 

...91 

Boyle, C. 

.38, 60 

Balint, J. 

...91 

Bracken, F. 

.92 

Balkwill, D. 

.102, 136 

8radley, D. 

.64 

Ball, L. 

.43, 102 

8randes, L. ... 

.17, 59, 137 

Barbato, A. 


Breaton, J. 

1 f)3 

Bardswich, L. 

.45,60 

Breen, B. 

...92 

Barkich, P. 

.45, 88 

Breen, L__ 

... 92 

Barlow, J. .. 

.91 

Brien, J. 

.. 92 

Barnes, R. ...:.. 

.66 

Brightmore, L. . 

...103 

Barrie, G. 

.62, 141 

Britton, W. 

.112 

Barron, E. 

.91 

Brock, J. 

. 88 

Barry, J. 

.102 

Brocklebank, K. 

.1 17 

Barry, J. 

.21,60, 63, 102 

Brode, M. 

.74, 103 

Barry, M. 

.38, 61, 65 

Brodsky, M. 

. 57, 64, 103 

Barsanti, H. . 35, 36, 40, 41,43, 1 02 

Broeders, A. 

...63, 103 

Barsanti, N . 

.58, 65,72,79, 91 

Brogan, K. 

.88 

Batiste, J. .. 

.69, 102 

Brown, B. . 

.. 52, 61,88 

Bauer, R. 

..136 

Brown, J. 

.-.91 

Bouman, R. 

.36, 102 

Brown, M. 

.. 73, 92 

Baumann, H. 

.63, 65, 102 

Brown, R. 

.137 

Baumgartner, M. .. 

.134 

Brown, R. . 

.25, 103 

Baziw, A. .. 

.134 

Brown, W. 

.44, 50, 1 17 

Baziw, H. 

......141 

Brunet, G. 

.42, 88 

Beaubien, A. 

.116 

Brunet, M. 

.40,41, 117 

Beaudoin, L. 

—..65, 102 

Bryant, S. 

-.62, 141 

Beaudry, P. 

.88 

Brydges, B. 

..62, 141 

Beaulne, J. 

.59, 64, 102 

Burford, P. . 

...63 

Beck, L. 

.102 

Burgos, C. 

. 67,103 

Becker, N. 

.91 

Burkart, W. L . 

..41 

Bednarz, H. 

.91 

Burke, F. 

-.64, 117 

Beemer, C. 

.102 

Burke, W. 

...1 17 

Beger, R. W. 

.132 

Burling, D. .. 

...137 

Belanger, L. 

.102 

Burns, F.. 

.132 

Belanger, L. 

.79, 102 

Burns, S. 

.88 



Pages 


Pages 

Burns, R. 

.60, 1 16, 134 

Cullen, D. 

.92 

Butcher, P. _ 

-.64, 92 

Cunningham, J. __ 

.42, 118 

Butler, E. 

.92 

Cunningham, S. ... 

.141 

Butler, P. 

.59, 64, 70, 1 17 

Currie, G. .. 

.-62, 141 

Byng, J. 

.117 

Czachor, J. . 

...92 

Caldwell, W. G. 

...103 

Dalgleish, J. .. 

.—.62, 104 

Calladine, A. . 

...118 

Dallard, J. 

.104 

Callahan, J. 

... 66, 103 

D'Andrea, E. 

...42, 92 

Calvert, L. _ 

...103 

Daniel, S. T. 

......88 

Cameron, L. ... 

.43, 103 

Daniluk, M. .. 

...64 

Campbell, G. .. 

...-.88 

Dantzer, V. .. 

..52, 92 

Campbell, J. ... 

...60, 134 

D’Arcy, C. 

.. 35, 61, 132 

Campbell, T. .. 

...118 

David, C. 

.104 

Candido, D. ... 

...60, 92 

Davidson, A, 

.. 61,74, 104 

Candido, G. .... 

..38, 60, 134 

Davidson, D. 

- -...92 

Cantor, E. 

....50, 118 

Davidson, K. 

.-.92 

Capps, L. 

...92 

Davis, N... 

.62, 141 

Carducci, R. 

.60, 134 

Dawson, J.. 

.......104 

Carioni, L. 

..103 

Day, E. ... 

.73, 118 

Carli, L. . 

..61,74, 103 

Dean, D. . 

.36, 104 

Carom, R. 

.....36 

DeCelles, C. 

.72, 118 

Carr, J. D. 

.. 63 

DeChellis, F. . 

.. 67 

Carron, R. 

. 44, 63, 71, 103 

Deery, M. 

...118 

Carter, D.. 

.. 38, 42, 61 103 

DeGregorio, B. 

.-.43, 104 

Carter, R.. 

.-. 41,68, 103 

DeJohn, G. 

—.119 

Carter, R. 

.41,92 

Delaney, A. 

.. 29, 45, 70, 104 

Cascadden, D. .. 

...92 

Delaney, C. .. 

.112, 1 19 

Case, S. 

.....103 

Delcol, R.. 

...63 

Casella, P. _ 

.50 

Delcol, V. 

.92 

Cassey, S. . 

.....88 

Delgrande, T. 

.. 38, 61, 65, 104 

Caverzan, R. .... 

. 40, 41, 68, 103 

Della Valle, P . . 

.65, 1 19 

Cecile, G. 

.103 

Delrizzio, P .. 

....62, 70 

Chabot, M. _ 

.118 

Demers, N. .. 

. 68, 70, 104 

Chambers, J. 

.92 

Demers, R. 

. 38, 61, 132 

Chapman, S. 

_ 68, 74, 92, 1 1 8 

Dempsey, J. 

— 50, 65, 74, 93 

Chaseley, D. 

—.... 1 18 

DeMuy, F. 

.70, 104 

Chauvin, G. 

__74, 92 

Deneau, J. 

.104 

Chauvin, S. 

.64, 103 

Dennison, H. __ 

.63, 119 

Checaloski, Marg 

...... 29, 45, 70, 92 

Denomme, P . 

....93 

Chelap, M. _ 

.45, 88 

DePauli, F. __ 

...93 

Cheslea, T. 

..92 

Deschenes, C. .. 

.93 

Chick, G. T. .... 

.63, 103 

Desjarlais, L. 

.58, 1 19, 137 

Chittick, B. . . 

__ 103 

Desjarlais, P . 

-.58 

Chiu, M. .. 

.103 

Desmarais, J. 

.38, 60, 71,92 

Chiu, W. 

-... .103 

Desmarais, P. .. 

-35, 53, 78,1 19 

Choptiany, S. ... 

.45, 92 

Desroches, B. 

. 52, 57, 88 

Christopher, G. 

.92 

Desrosiers, A. . 

.70, 74, 92 

Ciavarella, N. 

.77, 92 

Dettman, E. . . 

.53, 119 

Ciganovic, R. ... 

.92 

Devaux, D. 

....104 

Cillis, M. ... 

. 68, 103 

Devine, Bro. R. 

.137 

Cimbuls, C. ... 

.. 137 

Devlin, T. 

.35, 119 

Cimino, G. 

.36, 103 

Dewhirst, K. 

.65, 104 

Cizek, J. 

.45, 88 

Dewitte, B. .. 

.137 

Clark, J. 

. 92 

D’Hondt, Y. .. 

.137 

Clark, P. 

. 61,74 

Diamantini, D. 

.93 

Clark, W. .. 

.69, 137 

Dibiase, P . 

.66, 119 

Cleary, M.. 

....41, 103 

Diederich, P. 

.104 

Cochran, J. 

...92 

Diem, J. . 

. 50, 51,74, 104 

Cohoon, J. .. 

.92 

Diet, A. 

.63, 104 

Colautti, A. 

. 17, 88 

Difelice, 1. 

.-.119 

Cole, D. R. 

.38, 42, 60, 92 

Dodd, W. 

.72, 78, 88 

Coleman, J. 

...1 18 

Doepner, T. 

..93 

Collis, R. 

.. 42, 77, 92 

Dolan, G. .. 

...60, 134 

Colussl, D. 

....92 

Donoghue, J. 

.93 

Comartin, K. 

. 67,74, 103 

Donohue, J. 

.50, 93 

Comuzzi, C. 

.57, 58, 79, 118 

Doran, K. 

. 112 

Connelly, M. 

.92 

DOrazio, G. 

.42, 104 

Connolly, D. 

. 88 

Doucet, J. 

..93 

Conrad, P. 

.104 

Dove, J. 

.93 

Cook, J. 

.71 

Doyle, C, . 

.67, 72, 93 

Cooke, P. . 

.73, 88 

Doyle, R. 

.93 

Cooney, G. . 

. 50, 66, 74, 92 

Doyle, R. J. 

.63, 65, 1 19 

Cooper, D. 

...61, 104 

Doyle, T. 

.119 

Cooper, G. ... 

.73, 88 

Drew, T. 

.104 

Coopman, H. 

25, 35, 53, 74, 137 

Drouillard, G. . 

.112 

Copeland, S. 

.92 

Drummond, J. ... 43, 

50, 51,60, 104 

Costigan, D. .. 

.92 

Dubiel, I. 

.93 

Costigan, P. 

.40, 42, 92 

Dubois, M. 

.39, 61,93 

Costigan, T. . 

...51,66 

Dubrovskis, V. 

...141 

Cotnam, W. J. 

..42, 104 

Duchesne, S. 

...137 

Cotter, L. 

.-...104 

Dudgeon, C. . 

..62, 141 

Courrier, W. 

.137 

Dudley, D. 

.37, 51,93 

Coyle, C. 

.. 65, 88 

Dufour, K. 

.93 

Coyne, L. J. 

.60, 104 

Duguid, L. 

.35,61 

Cozens, J. .. 

.-.92 

Duke, J. 

...61,93 

Craig, W. ... 

.52, 104 

Dumoulin, J. . 

.42, 93 

Cranstone, J. 

.-.104 

Dumoulin, L. 

.93 

Crawford, G. 

.65,88 

Dunlop, A. 

.104 

Crawford, W. ... 

.137 

Dunlop, E. 

...93 

Cruickshank, $. 

. 65, 68, 118 

Dunn, J. 

.93 

























































































































































































































































































































































































Pages 


Pages 

Dunn, R. 

.42 

Gleeson, M. ... 

.... 35, 53, 58, 120 

Dunne, T. 

.39, 41,93 

Gloster, M. .. 

.45, 105 

Dupuis, M. 

...70, 74, 93 

Glovasky, G. 

.121 

Durocher, L. 

.18, 119 

Godin, A. 

. 38, 42, 105 

Dydyk, R. 

.51,60, 134 

Gold, A. 

-...63 

Eady, R. 

.66, 120 

Golden, J. ... 

. 59 

Eckert, C. .. 

.120 

Goletski, R. 

.42, 105 

Egan, D. . 

.43, 88 

Gombai, G. 

...121 

Elias, P.. 

..60, 104 

Gonsalves, D. .. 

. 60, 105 

Ellis, J. 

.104 

Goodwin, G. 

.60, 105 

Ellis, R. 

...93 

Gordon, D. . 

.105 

Elmauer, E. 

.....38 

Gordon, T. 

.134 

Elsey, P._. 

.35, 36, 120 

Gorek, A. 

.105 

Enns, W. 

.132 

Gornouvel, G. 

.94 

Enright, M. 

.88 

Goslin, D. 

.60, 94 

Epp, E.- 

.93 

Gosling, M. 

.121 

Erlandson, R. 

... 61, 68, 70, 120 

Gosselin, J. 

.94 

Evans, G. 

.51 

Gosselin, J. 

.94 

Evans, J. 

.134 

Gosselin, R. 

.121 

Evans, K. 

.60, 134 

Gougeon, P. 

.94 

Evans, R. 

.....88 

Goulin, D . 

.63, 67, 105 

Ewaschuk, E. . 

.67,75, 104 

Goyeau, J. 

.... 78, 94 

Fahlenbock, T. . 

.50, 51 

Grabowiecki, F. 

.63, 88 

Fallon, J.. 

...88 

Graef, 1.. 

...94 

Farrah, A. 

...65 

Grant, J.. 

.37, 41,74, 94 

Fassel, M. 

..65,71, 120 

Graveline, R. . 

.105 

Faucher, P.. 

.39 

Gray, D. 

.121 

Faught, B. 

.104 

Gray, E. 

....105 

Faught, J. 

..69 

Gray, N. 

.94 

Faulkner, D. 

...65 

Greaves, M. 

....94 

Faust, H. 

..93 

Green, J. 

.44, 50, 105 

Fawdry, M. 

.93 

Greenhow, C. 

.64 

Fazakas, J. 

.68, 104 

Greenwood, C. 

...66 

Feasey, A. ... 

....104 

Griffin, R. .. 

.74,94 

Fedchun, W.. 

..63, 67, 120 

Griffiths, B.. 

...105 

Fell, J. 

.38, 59, 104 

Grise, J... 

.94 

Finn, M. 

...38, 104 

Grossutti, J. .. 

...105 

Finney, N.-. 

.....63, 104 

Gruber, W. 

..138 

Fisher, J. 

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